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Monthly Meetings: July 20 – Berkeley [details]

Emotional Support Group Meetings – Los Angeles:  June 22, July 27  [details]

ACSOL Conference June 14/15 in Los Angeles

The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) is dedicated to protecting the Constitution by restoring the civil rights of registrants and their families. In order to achieve that objective, ACSOL will educate and litigate as well as support or oppose legislation.


Important News / Announcements

Action Alert for CA Senate Bill 145: Call, Write and Show Up to the Assembly Public Safety Committee

We look forward to seeing you at ACSOL’s conference this Friday!

ACSOL Monthly Meetings 2019

General News Feed

20 May 2013
Growing up, I was taught that prison was a place where people went when they did bad things. It was simple then: There were good people and there were bad people. As I got older, the picture grew more complicated. I saw good people do bad things, and I saw bad people do good things. But recently, when one of the best people in...
18 May 2013
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Supreme Court on Thursday ordered a Hammond man removed from the state's sex offender registry after determining the law requiring him to register for life imposes an unconstitutional retroactive punishment. Full Article
16 May 2013
Sex offenders are seen by the community as the scum of the Earth. They are considered to be monsters, people who should be abandoned by the community, locked up for a very long time, placed on a sex offenders register and, if they are ever released, monitored for life. Recently, we read in the Herald Sun that new technology will mean that these heinous...
13 May 2013

Judge Denies TRO in Websites Case

Federal district court judge Bernal denied an application for a Temporary Restraining Order in the lawsuit against three websites that list the names of registrants and family members on May 10. One of the reasons given by the judge is that there was insufficient evidence of irreparable injury despite the statements of 6 plaintiffs in separate declarations. "The judge in this case ignored the...
13 May 2013
Changes are coming to Indiana’s sex offender registry, thanks to a new law signed by Gov. Mike Pence Thursday.HEA 1053 requires the Indiana Department of Correction to remove information from the online public portal of the sex offender registry relating to a sex or violent offender who no longer is required to register or is deceased. The new law also adds the vehicle identification...
09 May 2013
On Monday, May 13, from From 9-11PM EST (6-8 PM Pacific Time) - Join Radio Host Michael Blum with special guests: Gail Colletta, PRESIDENT/Legislative ChairFlorida Action Committee Dr. Eric A. Imhof, PsyD, Forensic Psychologist,Specialized Treatment and Assessment ResourcesSpecialty: Child Pornography Dr. Suzonne Kline, PsyD, Forensic PsychologistTreatment, Evaluations and Risk AssessmentsSpecialty: SVP’s and Child Pornography Call in at 888-545-1470 Listen on 1470 on the AM dial. It can also...
09 May 2013
The latest strategy to restrict where convicted sex offenders live is to create parks where none exist to force registered sex offenders to move out of a neighborhood. The City of Los Angeles plans to build three pocket parks in the communities of Harbor Gateway and Wilmington. California state law prohibits sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a park, playground school or...
08 May 2013
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Some young offenders convicted of having sex with underage partners would be able to request the crime be removed from their records under a bill narrowly passed by the Oregon House on Wednesday. Voting 31 to 27, the House sent the bill to the Senate with little discussion. Under the bill, in order for adult offenders to apply to have their...
07 May 2013
Busted! Grid, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information, announces the addition of sex offender registry information from Sacramento, California to the Busted! Offenders database. Over 6,600 registered sex offenders living and working in Sacramento have been added to the BustedOffenders.com website. The addition will help ease family’s safety concerns among people in the city who come in contact with their children....
03 May 2013
 California RSOL filed a lawsuit in federal district court on May 2 challenging the sex offender ordinance and sex offender registration process in the City of Santa Ana. The ordinance contains presence restrictions including a prohibition of registrants using the city's public library. The registration process requires all registrants to register inside the Santa Ana Jail for periods up to four hours as well...
02 May 2013

General Comments May 2013

Comments that are not specific to a certain post should go here, for the month of May 2013. Contributions should relate to the cause and goals of this organization and please, keep it ‘professional’.
02 May 2013
Chris Kelly, a former Facebook executive who authored and financed a highly successful California initiative to stop sex trafficking, has joined the effort to pass Chelsea’s Law in all 50 states. Signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2010, after unanimously passing both houses of the state Legislature, Chelsea’s Law is a one-strike mandate for sexual predators convicted of a violent sexual assault on a...
02 May 2013
(CNN) -- Joshua Gravens can't do a lot of the normal things parents do, like drop his son off at school, attend parent-teacher conferences, or take his daughter to the park, a library or anywhere else children gather. For the offense of inappropriately touching his 8-year-old sister when he was 12, Gravens, 26, has spent almost half his life as a registered sex offender. The...
01 May 2013
NEW YORK — Government authorities should end the practice of placing juveniles’ names on publicly accessible sex-offender registries, Human Rights Watch says in a report warning of lasting and unwarranted harm to some youths. Some law enforcement officials and victims’ rights advocates agree the current registry system is flawed and support steps to allow more discretion in juvenile offenders’ cases. Offenses triggering inclusion on...
01 May 2013
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, Calif. - There's new information on what a civil rights attorney says needs to be happening with ____ ____, the sexually violent predator recently released in Santa Barbara County. She says his release as a transient is doing him no favors, and she says ____ deserves a home. Janice Bellucci has been advocating for reform to sex offender rights for many years...
30 Apr 2013
The City Council of Palmdale will formally consider during its May 1 meeting a complete repeal of its sex offender ordinance. The ordinance is broad in that it includes both residency and presence restrictions. "It is essential that the City of Palmdale repeal the ordinance on May 1 in order to correct the mistakes made in its passage," stated President Janice Bellucci. "The current...
30 Apr 2013
JEFFERSON CITY, MO (AP) - Missouri House members have approved legislation that would make changes to the sex offender registry. Sex offenders would be grouped into three tiers with each considered to have a different risk of committing another offense. Eventually, people could file a petition in court and ask to be removed from the registry. How long they would need to wait before...
29 Apr 2013

California RSOL Scores Victory in Sacramento

A state bill that would have allowed counties and cities to pass ordinances prohibiting where a registrant can be present (such as parks, beaches and libraries) has been stopped! The bill, S.B. 386, was introduced by Senator Correa of Orange County on February 21. The bill was scheduled for a hearing by the Public Safety Committee on April 30, however, the bill has been...
28 Apr 2013

Radio Talk Shows

There are several online talk shows geared toward sex offender laws, news and issues. Below is a couple we think you might enjoy listening to. Link
28 Apr 2013
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. —  A six-month-long Eyewitness News investigation has uncovered sweeping background checks at Disney parks in central Florida -- checks targeting registered sex offenders. Investigative reporter Christopher Heath dug through hundreds of pages of Orange County Sheriff’s Office trespass reports, and they show a consistent pattern of documented sex offenders getting kicked off of Disney properties. Full Article
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