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ACSOL Meeting in San Diego on Saturday, March 30

There is MUCH TO DISCUSS at this important monthly meeting!

First, we will talk about Assembly Bill 884 and how it would gut the Tiered Registry Law by adding everyone convicted of PC 288(a) to Tier 3. That bill will be heard in the State Capitol on April 2.

Second, we will discuss the status of the pending lawsuit against the City of San Diego which challenges the city’s residency restrictions.

Third, we will listen to challenges YOU are currently facing. And as always, there will be free refreshments.

ACSOL’s upcoming meeting in San Diego is as follows

Saturday, March 30
10 am
350 Cedar Street
Lecture Hall #2
San Diego, CA 92101

Registrants, friends and family and interested service providers are invited to attend these free meetings. There will be no law enforcement or media present in order to protect everyone’s privacy.

The meetings start at 10 am and last about 2-3 hours. Topics of conversation include information about ACSOL’s advocacy as well as current topics and pending legal action.

Please Show up, Stand up, and Speak up!

Hope to see you there!

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  1. Eric

    These meetings are always very informative. You get the latest updates on the tiered registry and other cases. Plus we show our unified support by all meeting together.

  2. Janice Bellucci

    There is MUCH TO DISCUSS at this important monthly meeting! First, we will talk about Assembly Bill 884 and how it would gut the Tiered Registry Law by adding everyone convicted of PC 288(a) to Tier 3. That bill will be heard in the State Capitol on April 2. Second, we will discuss the status of the pending lawsuit against the City of San Diego which challenges the city’s residency restrictions. Third, we will listen to challenges YOU are currently facing. And as always, there will be free refreshments. Hope to see you there!

    • Gralphr

      That’s just it. It appears everyone does not care about tier 3 unless one is going to be placed on it. Tier 3 is wrong for anyone who has NOT been convicted multiple times. Just one victim under a certain age gets one tier 3 and even sexually violent predator status (most people think SVP means one has many victims, or runs around kidnapping). It doesnt even take a psychological examination to declare one a SVP since age of victim automatically determines if one will carry the label. (Still trying to understand the logic…) besides fighting for tier1 and 2, there should be a fight that only people convicted of multiple victims carry tier 3 or the SVP label.

      • Notorious D.I.K. / Kennerly

        Gralphr, I think you’re probably right. We’ve seen enough evidence on this very board that a significant number of people, though probably not the majority, carve-out a virtue-space for themselves and others like them while throwing those who fall outside of it overboard. We see it now with supporters of lifetime civil commitment who are, amazingly, registrants themselves, imagining that those being kept imprisoned after serving the entirety of their prison terms are sufficiently different from themselves to warrant pre-crime incarceration. As Mike St. Martin, spokesperson for “SVP’s” in Coalinga State Hospital says: “I’m locked up for a crime I might commit in the future by those committing crimes today.”

      • Laura

        I hear you Gralphr but what exactly is the meaning of multiple victims? For instance in regards to viewing illegal images or sexting where there very likely has been no physical contact with a victim then my understanding is if you sext several different persons in a chat or view several different illegal images then you most likely will be charged with several counts which in the end the DA listed multiple victims and states how dangerous you are in society (even if you never met them physically) and now with 884 you will be placed on Tier 3 even if you are fortunate enough (with these types of non-contact offenses) not being labelled a SVP. Again just one mother’s opinion that it should come down to the actual offense.

        • Gralphr

          What I meant was more than one actual physical victim (not illegal pictures). Either one is convicted of multiple physical victims in a trial or at a later date, is convicted of a new offense against a new physical victim. In some states anything illegal with someone 13 will result in prison, but if they’re 12, its prison and SVP status for life. That makes absolutely no sense. SVP makes one think its multiple physical victims or one who kidnaps, etc. and if the label must exist, then that’s what it should mean. I’ve seen articles online with reports of a SVP being released into the community and the fear it draws, yet reading further, the man had one victim, did not kidnap or confine the girl. The girl actually considered him her boyfriend, but due to her age he was labeled a SVP. When I read SVP, I think Jeffery Dahmer or some repeat rapist, not the average registrant. What I meant was in your presence victims, not texting, or being on a video cam with multiple people.

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