TX: Council on Sex Offender Treatment (CSOT) Ethics Committee Agenda for June 9

Source: hhs.texas.gov

This meeting will be webcast. Members of the public may attend the meeting in person at the address above or access a live stream of the meeting at https://texashhsmeetings.org/HHSWebcast. Select the tab for the Winters Live on the date and time for this meeting. Please e-mail Webcasting@hhsc.state.tx.usif you have any problems with the webcasting function.

This meeting will be conducted via videoconference call in accordance with the requirements of Texas Government Code Section 551.127. The member of the Ethics Committee presiding over the meeting will be physically present at the location specified above.

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🤔 I wonder if they will discuss the ethics of a public Sex Offender Registry as well as the many myriad rules, restrictions, requirements and regulations that accompany the Registry. 🤨
(Yeah no, probably not.😒)

FYI. This committee is opposed to residence and proximity restrictions.This committee has also pushed to clarify certain aspects of the statutes adopted by the legislature.

In Texas the problem is more the legislature, the governor and the elected judges. All these people want to be re-elected so they push the tough on crime feel good laws.

I am disheartened that no one on any committee mentions that registrants are being murdered. This doesn’t seem to be a good reason for the registry to be made law enforcement only. So, how can anyone speak to ethics when this is occurring more frequently than ever? Of course I live in Oklahoma which has very strict requirements. Yet, we just had the tragedy happen in Henrietta with the murder suicide. IS THIS NOT PROOF THAT THE REGISTRY DOESNT WORK?

Every government that runs Registries is a criminal operation. It is quite humorous that they would have an ethics committee related to “sex offenders”. Quite a joke that isn’t very funny though. They probably should be audited and get it figured out why they have no ethics.

Vote out big government lovers. De-fund big government and their harassment. Do anything possible to burn their resources and make them dysfunctional. Don’t limit that to their “sex offender” idiocy.