Distinguished Speakers, Informative Panels Added to ACSOL Conference

Social justice leader Alissa Ackerman and civil rights attorney Aaron Marcus have been added to the 4th Annual ACSOL Conference to be held on May 29 and May 30 in Los Angeles.  Ackerman and Marcus will join keynote speaker Justin Brooks of the CA Innocence Project as well as Chance Oberstein, ACSOL President, and Janice Bellucci, ACSOL Executive Director at the conference.

In addition to presentations from these civil rights leaders, the conference will offer panels on issues such as how to survive parole and probation, employment, the Tiered Registry Law, an explanation of risk assessments, domestic and international travel, resources available to registrants and their families and LGBTQ issues and perspectives.  Further, the conference will provide guidance for how best to disclose and discuss one’s status on the registry to neighbors, employers, loved ones and the public.

This year’s conference will be held at Southwestern Law School, 3050 Wilshire Boulevard, in downtown Los Angeles.  Free parking is available.  Presentations at the conference will begin both days at 9 a.m.

Additional information about the conference, including how to sign up will be posted in this website in February.

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This year’s conference promises to be the best conference ever! We are very pleased that our distinguished speakers have confirmed early their willingness to share the lessons they have learned that can lead to success for registrants and their loved ones. Please plan now to join us on May 29 and May 30 for an EPIC (Empowered People Inspiring Change) conference!

God willing, I’ll finally be off parole and be able to attend this event

I heard there is a bill in California that will place a leveling system so that some sex offenders maybe able to be removed from annual registration and being removed from the website. Is anyone familiar with this bill?

I will be there.