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ACSOL Phone Meeting Dec 19

Please join ACSOL Executive Director and civil rights attorney Janice Bellucci as well as ACSOL President and criminal defense attorney Chance Oberstein for our next phone meeting.  The meeting will be held on Saturday, Dec 19, beginning at 10 a.m. Pacific time and will last at least two hours.

Discussion topics will include:

  • proposed SORNA regulations
  • in-person registration during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • the upcoming Tiered Registry
  • residency restrictions
  • overseas and domestic travel
  • other current topics and pending legal action throughout the nation.

Please Show Up, Stand Up and Speak Up!

Dial-in number: 1-712-770-8055
Conference Code:  983459

To ask a question, press 5*

This meeting will be recorded and then posted within 24 hours. A link to the recording will be at the top of our pages.


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If you’re Tier 1 or tier 2 living in California congratulations you have made it to 2021 the new tier registry its been a long rode and hopefully this is the end for alot of people forced to register.
Obviously there is a line drawn in the sand between people forced to register just know the Department of Justice drew that line that separates the level of a sex offender from one another.This is all strategic

“know your enemy”!!!!

They say a journey of a thousand miles starts with one small step. I like to think that here that’s a bad thing…they sure did screw up fast and pick-up speed with SOR. But before anyone cared to see reason they instead just kept piling on.

No tier designation should separate people who want to help the cause. Good intentions and willingness for a better future and genuine remorse for ones actions if guilty and proper rehabilitation if needed are the foundations for a better system. Unfortunately we have rockstar politicians, attorneys general, judges, and district attorneys that prefer to drag a person through the mud.

And when it means dragging their families through it as well…they don’t seem to care.

Thanks Aero1. Thanks W. Both have stated.positive resp for us all reading affected. Janice & Chance THANK YOU BOTH & Moderator(s) for having this 19th Sat.meeting for everyone on here. Thoughtful So Close to the Holidays. Besides A.G. and Sherri and her counterpart in Sac area for having their multi dates in Dec this month for members/those indirectly or directly.

Just called Long Beach PD to ask if we needed an appointment to pickup the tier designation – the officer i spoke to said they were supposed to receive something from DOJ in June/July but have not due to COVID. He suggested that I check online to see if it ends up listed online. Looking forward to our monthly call to hear the latest news.

Isn’t it illegal to look at your own profile online?

The tiered designation is supposed to be at your local PD on Jan 1, 2020. You’re supposed to go to your local PD to know your tier designation. In the PDF, it states:
“Will I be notified of my tier designation?

Registrants may request their local registering agencies to provide them with their tier notification letters on or after January 1, 2021.”

SB 384 Registrant FAQ pdf link:

10:00 Cali Time (Now!): Please call in to join the ACSOL Conference Call!

Dial-in number: 1-712-770-8055
Conference Code: 983459

To ask a question, press 5*

Great Meeting this morning.
My next transient appointment is 12-31-2020,
Hope hope to get My Tier Status
Mail Out date…

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