Below is a request for registrants only to provide researchers with information about economic impacts of the registry. If you wish, please contact them directly using the link below. The survey ends March 1.
Our names are Dr. Jennifer Klein and Dr. Danielle Bailey and we are both Assistant Professors at the University of Texas at Tyler. As you know, we have been collecting data for a project that analyzes the economic impact of the sex offender registry on those individuals required to register. At this point, over 700 registrants have volunteered for the study and shared their stories with us.
Due to high interest in our study, we are extending the collection deadline for the survey responses to Friday, March 1st. We appreciate your support in the survey data collection thus far, and we would like to request that you repost this invite to your members with the extended deadline. We are committed to learning more about what experiences come with being a registrant and we think that this extended deadline will allow more registrants to share their stories.
Registrants, please access the survey through the following links:
If you need a paper survey due to Internet restrictions, please see the following attachment. You are welcome to mail it back to us at the following address:
Jennifer Klein or Danielle Bailey
3900 University Blvd.
Tyler, TX 75799
As a reminder, we are requesting that only registrants complete this survey. While we certainly acknowledge the economic impact that the registry has had on family members and loved ones, we are specifically trying to focus on registrants this time. Thank you for your understanding.
We appreciate your continued support for this project. We anticipate being able to share our preliminary results with you in Summer 2019. As always, if you have any questions please feel free to email us at jennif…@uttyler.edu (Dr. Klein) or dba…@uttyler.edu (Dr. Bailey).
“It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people’s minds”
– Samuel Adams