California RSOL to Lobby Sacramento in Support of Tiered Registry

California RSOL will lobby state legislators in Sacramento on January 27 and 28 in support of a tiered registry. Registered citizens, family members and supporters are invited.

The legislative effort will begin with a two-hour training session on Tuesday, January 27, at 9 a.m. in the offices of MVM Strategy Group, 1211 L Street, Suite 607. Attendees will then be divided into teams comprised of a registered citizen, family member and/or supporters.

Participants will attend scheduled meetings with members of the Assembly and Senate as well as senior staff who work on public safety issues. Meetings will be scheduled for both January 27 and 28. For questions or reservations, please contact California RSOL at (818) 305-5984.


The training on January 27 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am will be in the first floor conference room of the Senator Hotel Building, 1121 L St., on the corner of 12th and L Sts. It can be found just inside the 12th St. entrance of the building.

Otherwise, our office will be available for anyone who needs a space or has questions. Our office, MVM Strategy Group, is in Suite 607 of the Senator Hotel Building.

Parking is available in two locations:
Hyatt Hotel parking garage, enter off 12th St between K and L Sts. This garage is directly across 12th St. from the Senator Hotel Building.
City parking garage, enter off 10th St. between K and L Sts.

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I took a plea for oral copulation from a minor. I have no priors and no sex convictions after my release. July/9/2005. My penal code is 288.a. How will I be assessed? Thank You.

The STATIC-99 is not recommended for use with those who have never committed a sexual offense, nor is it recommended for making recommendations regarding the determination of guilt or innocence in those accused of a sexual offense.

You are doing a great job. Let me know if I can help.

Mike, I think most people could get behind that teired system. Looks fair enough. I hope Janice can take that with her for the board to see.

Can someone explain how the tiered registry would work for someone who is not currently displayed on the Internet, but now is classified as “High Risk” per the Static 99-R for a new non-contact offense (Indecent Exposure). Would this person now have to be displayed on the Internet if the tiered registry is approved?

Good job mjk that appears to be the actual proposal by the CAsomb.. that is a proposal we can get behind now it would be nice to see the actual bill that would be presented.

I have an attempted kidnapping, but my static99 score is 4 and my case does not come with a strike, and was considered non-violent/non-serious (halftime) in prison. From the reading, I could be classified as Tier 3 or Tier 1 (I can’t tell). Anyone have some insight? I’m not good at understanding all of the legal stuff.

At that Ms.moon …please kindly not put people in the same category as svp …somehow they were afforded a trial…hopefully they appeal… don’t put people in the same level or degree or tier as svp ….there’s a difference …a Big difference.!

Let me point out that if a tiered registry is a success in the eyes of politicians (little to no re-offense by previously registered citizens) it will go a long,long,long way towards opening the public’s eyes to the facts that recidivism is incredibly low for RSOs. A successful tiered registry is something WE can use to lobby for more SO friendly registration. For so long laws have been passed against us. Now we have one going for us. Let’s capitalize on that momentum. Lawmakers are giving us a chance to prove ourselves capable of not recitivating as free citizens.

This is what I’m talking about. IF people are re-categorized to Level 3 they can’t expect NEW punishments “laws” that they would not have had: From NY just passed

“A measure sponsored by state Sen. John Flanagan, a Long Island Republican, banning level 3 sex ofefnders who committed sex crimes against a child from receiving custody and unsupervised visitation with a child.”

So I wouldn’t be allowed to be with my kids?

“A bill sponsored by state Sen. Joseph Robach making it illegal for level 3 sex offenders to live in student housing on college campuses. Under the proposal, level 3 sex offenders would be charged with a class A misdemeanor if they are a convicted for a first offense and a class D felony if they are convicted for a second time.”

And if I were going to college I would be kicked out of the housing?

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