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Sex Registration and the COVID-19 Pandemic


A word or two concerning sex registration and the COVID-19 pandemic.

As the landscape continues to change, and additional containment measures go into effect, I want to assure you that ACSOL is committed to protecting the health and safety of our community as well as that of the general public.

Therefore, all those who are required to register should continue to comply with state law.

However, since the pandemic will affect jurisdictions and law enforcement agencies in different ways, registrants should call the agency they register with first before attempting to register in person.

Additionally, if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, you should advise the registering agency of your condition so that an alternative solution to in-person registration can be accomplished.

Be Safe,

Chance X. Oberstein
ACSOL President

Related links:

ACSOL Challenges In-Person Registration During COVID-19 Pandemic

Janice’s Journal: High Risk COVID-19 Registrants Required to Register in Person


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Soooo….shouldn’t we All say we have Covid symptoms before walking ourselves into the station and being placed under one day arrest? Also….I’d like to be called a sexy offender from now on dammit.

Can’t they make a map and indicate with a red dot everybody that has tested positive for the Covid19 that way we would know what areas to stay away from? It would be nice to know if my neighbor had Covid19 so I would stay away from them when they are outside. Seems like a public safety issue that could be addressed using the same method and reasoning as sex offenders.

Thank you, Chance. What do you suggest Registrants should do if their local agency tells us they are current pausing registration? I mean in regards to protecting ourselves for being out of compliance since local agencies don’t seem to actually have the power to dictate these things? Would it be appropriate to ask the person we speak with to give us a call back and leave a voice mail, identifying themselves and stating they’re asking us not to come in?

I must visit a law enforcement office of a criminal regime tomorrow. I’m not the least bit concerned that I might be carrying an infectious disease there. I’m not the least bit concerned that I might catch an infectious disease there. Registry Supporters/Terrorists (RS/Ts) should be very concerned that I don’t catch one. But they are too stupid to know that and too arrogant to care.

Just like with the Registries themselves. RS/Ts have no concern that Registries do nothing useful, harm millions, and put all Americans in danger. All they are concerned about is getting their jollies, harming “$EX offenders” and their families, trying to feel good, and, for a decent number of them, grifting for $$$.

There are silver linings in every dark cloud. 1. There is something more fearful than a registered sex offender. 2. Everyone are experiencing most of the same restrictions that most RSO do. 3. Most will be broke like us.

Today in Brevard County Florida Sheriff Wayne Ivey said that the registration offices would remain open. I intend to register in May just as I would normally.

I am in New Mexico where it’s on a state wide stay at home order. My local Sheriff off don’t tell us anything to help with coronvires. It will cause people to get sick if they have it was it come in about day 5 from what they keep saying. I don’t want anyone to go into the prison system right now as many states are now having lockdowns because it’s there. So it’s very scary to think that because your not able to get to the office becuse you will get introuble for leaving home for no essential task. I am glad sits such as this are out there people like us need to be able to stay safe and informed.

Should we all take a look in the mirror, pre-judge what we should do, spit on them, cough on them or take a lesson from the bible or Dickens… These are the best times . As many of you on here, and yes Harry has mentioned along with others about this virus pandemic it seems to be upsetting to the status of life well so is this registry ordeal we all face in many area’s.

Do we all look for hindsight or foresight? Can one perdict who is a sex offender or who’s the next Muhammad Ali? Does true justice tend to overlook the poor or those that are criminalized for violations, just label one violent, or does one tend to cover it up with some stimulas packet. One wonders who is overshadowing who.

Is a plea deal some shocking reality or a compromise or where is the justice in this intimidating factor or even after sex classes they want to stress you to sign some paper saying you knew you were talking to a female or what ever the status is depending on the case.

We’ve had many virus’es even virus’es people don’t want to talk about. In fact my dad’s parents pasted away in 1900 with smallpocks. Their was Typhoid Mary, this aids thing today but this virus is a bit different in many respects and in this 21st century.

Sure none of us are glad to be in some of these types of sex offenses. Hey I can still remember some of my jail stays when I was a teenager and now this thing that many are going thru would make anyone want to give in. Sure I can even understanding wanting to kill one’s self but thats negative thinking. One wonders about these things. Being a tax accountating is bad enough with all changing year to year as my dad use to say but love covers all in many ways.

While this virus may be a help or a hinderance. Its a way to realize government power and its best to put your faith in the truth, and yes our forefathers had the truth even with the many upsets they went thru. Today its a bit wacko in many area’s. Blame it on computers, lack of understanding or principals in many of these misleading ways but its all based on truth.

Chance gives some good advice in this situation. Protecting and serving and securing the best interest in situations such as this are good in all respects but when overshadowed by a lot of these obstacles, ordinances, or many other acts than thats were we all have to talk or get advice from someone such as Janice or Chance or who would want to put anothers or even anothers in jeopardy. Try to make contact best you can. I sent my update in mail 2 weeks ago here in VA.

Honestly why put yourself in jeopardy. This virus is bad enough even this ordeal many are going thru. Each state is different with their laws and registry issues but their are circumstances that come up and it can be a hard decision at times to make but Chance is giving good advice and I’m sure we can all appreciate that. We can all get a bit confused at times.

I showed up for mine last week as scheduled. I coughed all over their clip board and sneezed a nice shot gun pattern all over their bullet resistance glass. You should have seen the looks on their faces lol. They told me to leave and would call me to complete my registration, which they did. So question is if they do it by phone this time for their safety of course, why not Everytime? BTW I’m not even sick, I did that to screw with them to judge their reaction.

Everyone better watch that coughing and sneezing on or around the good officers! You may end up getting charged with attempted murder!

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