ACSOL’s Conference Calls

Conference Call Recordings Online
Dial-in number: 1-712-770-8055, Conference Code: 983459

Monthly Meetings: Nov 21 Recording Uploaded, Dec 19 – Details / Recordings

Emotional Support Group Meetings 2020 (Phone only)

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ACSOL Monthly Meetings

ACSOL holds monthly meetings in various locations on a monthly basis throughout most of the year. Meetings are held on Saturdays – starting at 10 am Pacific Time and lasting about 2 hours.

Meetings are open and free to registrants, family members and those who support them. Government officials, the media and all others are not allowed to attend the meetings. Meetings will focus on general issues facing registrants and families, as well as current topics at the time of meeting.

Meeting Dates:


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January 11 – San Diego
February 8 – Los Angeles
March 7 – Berkeley
April 18 – Phone
May 16 – Phone
June 13 – Phone
July 11 – Phone
August 15 – Phone
September 12 – Phone
October 10/11 – ACSOL Conference
November 21 – Phone
December 19 – Phone

2020 Totals

Los Angeles – 1 meeting (Feb. 8) + conference
Berkeley – 1 meeting (March 7)
San Diego – 2 meetings (Jan. 11, Dec. 5?)
Sacramento – None during pandemic
Phone – 6 meetings (April 18, May 16, June 11, Aug. 15, Sep. 12 and Nov. 14)

Meeting Locations:

Phone conference:
Dial-in number: 1-712-770-8055
Conference Code: 983459
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Los Angeles:
ACLU Building
1313 W. 8th Street, Los Angeles
(free parking below building)

San Diego:
350 Cedar Street
Lecture Hall #2
San Diego, CA 92101

Finnish Hall (upstairs meeting room)
1970 Chestnut Street

West Sacramento:
1275 Starboard Drive



Past Meetings – 2019

January 26 – Los Angeles
February 23 – Berkeley
March 30 – San Diego (date change on 1/2)
April 20 – Phone meeting
May 18 – Sacramento
June 14/15 – Conference
July 20 – Berkeley
August 17 – San Diego
September 21 – Phone meeting
October 19 – Los Angeles
November 16 – Sacramento
December 14 – Phone meeting



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  1. NPS

    See you in February….and maybe in May if I’m not too lazy to make the drive up I-80.

    • Joe

      Good thing Janice is not “too lazy” to drive all over the state…. once a month for over five or six years now.

      • dph

        @Joe, got that right Joe, I don’t think other than most board members realize how much her (& Chance) spend on Transpo & Hotel stays & Food away from home!!! $$$ Add’s up and I will donate again! Wow
        thanks for reminding all of us. Amazing, she is NOT given a Salary either. BIG HEART.

        • Tara

          How come all the meetings are nowhere near me? Are there and places to help in Kansas?
          I am currently trying to fight lifetime ankle monitoring for various reasons. I am trying to find some people to back me

        • TS


          Look at the NARSOL website for help.

      • NPS

        Oh knock it off, Joe! I do my part in our efforts to fight this thing. I show up to regional meetings. I donate. I write letters. I make phone calls. Heck, I even talk to lay people in my community about the negative impact of the registry. If you can make the trek up and down the state, more power to you. But I have enough on my plate than to please the likes of you.

        • John

          Help – what time zone? I’d like to join phone meeting from Pennsylvania

        • dph

          Tara this is a CALIFORNIA GROUP…NARSOL IS Your answer. Right on TS.
          So many call in from other States who gives them or refers to this site and group? NARSOzl. Then th hey ask questions about laws in there respective State. How is Janice and Chance supposed to respond when they are CA?
          It also takes time up when the Penn and FL guys call every time we gave phone call ins and they are back east and get on the w/e to talk and take up CALI TIme (PST). Its getting Old.
          Janice what dont we advise th them to go to their respective group for them or Narsol? It just takes away from paying members here. Confused. I know they need assistance too. But I know the Orehon guy also always calls in but he was from here convicted
          So th those questions somewhat relate. Others midwest and far back east were’nt arrested nor convicted nor did county nor State time here.

        • R M

          @dph who said “Tara this is a CALIFORNIA GROUP…”: I agree ACSOL is mostly about California laws as Janice, Chance, and their team is based there. ACSOL, the Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offender Laws, also has many articles on other States. Janice has also been involved in many of NARSOL’s and others discussions as she is a well sought after reference.

          There are many articles on ACSOL related to other States.

          We all are in this together, it’s a national issue, not just a Ca issue. Sure, one States laws may not affect another, but they are all related. Janice personally has talked to me on the phone and in several emails about issues NOT in Ca.

        • AJ

          @dph’s post was in reply to @Tara’s question of why there aren’t any meetings nearby. To that end, the statement of it being a “CA group” is right. As a CA-centric group, the ACSOL meetings will almost assuredly be only in CA. So if @Tara is not in CA, and perhaps even not near Sacramento or the LA area, meetings probably will never be nearby.

          To the larger issue of this online group being CA-only, absolutely not. But in the off-chance that it is, perhaps we non-CA RCs should stop sending money to help “your” cause, and quit posting about court cases in other States that may help “your” cause.

        • David

          @ John in PA: The Meetings – including telephone meetings – are California time (PCT?). I hope you can join us for a meeting. A lot of topics are covered and many of them are nationwide issues (not exclusively California issues). Also, ACSOL is now taking legal action in Georgia, Florida, and other States.

    • dph

      @NPS, hope you will find that extra effort NPS, we all need you to attend, even via Helicopter if too lazy for the drive up I-80, lol. Please Attend, ALL of Us, need to band tighter than EVER for adding more on The List that have not yet attended or threw away the ACSOL Invite not knowing, were NOT another Atty seeking out false claims to Fix Them and off the Reg. This IS THE REAL WAY! Go All4ConSoLaws and ACSOL!

  2. Jeannette Santiago

    I would like to talk to families of wrongly accused sex offender to give support and share experiences online.

  3. Robert Curtis

    The power of the Cross-Over. We all have our tribes separate from the registry. Some are big into playing chess and chess tournaments…some our parents with sports activities….shit, some are into knitting…whatever you are into you can shine the light on those that play with you that you are on the sex offender registry. I invented a machine that sharpens scissor for hairdressers. I exposed my status to the whole industry! My machine can revolutionize and change so many lives for good within that industry. Did I hit resistance? Yes but somehow $$$ seems to over-ride my conviction in the eyes of many bc it has changed their lives exponentially for good. So we registrants can make a difference! FYI be involved but DON’T hind your status as a registrant bc you had already paid ur debt to society!

    • Will Allen

      Congratulations on your successes, sir. I see your postings all over the place. I do agree that people should not hide. However, I don’t tell people about being Registered. I’m going to live like anyone else does and that does not include talking about being harassed by criminal regimes. If a person asks me about it, I will tell them and I’m not ashamed, but I won’t discuss any details of anything I did or didn’t do. All irrelevant and none of their business anyway. Talking about the Registries or telling people that you are Registered gives legitimacy to the Registries and they deserve less than none.

      So I don’t talk about myself and the Registry but I do find out what people think about Registries before I get very involved with them personally or professionally. I don’t want anything to do with people who think Registries are okay. I’m not going to help them in any way and I’ll go to their competitors instead.

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