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Monthly Meetings: September 21 – Phone meeting details

Emotional Support Group Meetings (Los Angeles, Sacramento, Phone)

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

ACSOL Emotional Support Group Meetings Available: Sat, August 24 in L.A.; Most Thursdays in Sac; Monthly on the phone

ACSOL Meeting in San Diego on Saturday, August 17

ACSOL Monthly Meetings 2019

General News Feed

01 Mar 2013
Councilman Joe Buscaino breaks ground on new pocket park in Harbor City. The new park on Torrance Blvd. will not only add more green and open space in the community, but it serves to break up the high concentration of sex offenders living in the area. Also: https://www.facebook.com/JoeBuscaino - February 9 and 11, http://www.joebuscaino.com/ [hana-flv-player video="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqEhWCMLitE" width="400" description="" player="5" autoload="true" autoplay="false" loop="false" autorewind="true" /]...
28 Feb 2013

L.A. sees parks as a weapon against sex offenders

LA Times - On a tiny sliver of land in Harbor Gateway, the city is beginning construction on what officials believe will be the smallest park in Los Angeles. At one-fifth of an acre, the pocket park will barely have room for two jungle gyms, some benches and a brick wall. But the enjoyment the park will give children is a secondary concern for...
28 Feb 2013

California RSOL Meeting in Los Angeles – March 16

California RSOL will return to Los Angeles on March 16 for a regular monthly meeting.  The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. and be held at the ACLU Building, 1313 W. 8th Street, Los Angeles.  The meeting is open to registrants, family members and supporters only. No media or government officials are allowed to attend. As usual, the meeting will focus upon issues of...
26 Feb 2013
(CNN) -- A California police department is doing some soul searching after arresting one of its own on allegations of sexually assaulting half a dozen women. While in uniform, a West Sacramento police officer assaulted at least six women since October 2011, police said Monday. The officer was fired, arrested and investigators are looking for other potential victims. Full Article
26 Feb 2013
Restrictions on a registered sexually violent predator living in Brawley may be lifted if a petition filed earlier this month by his public defender is granted. If granted, ____ ____ will no longer have to submit to polygraph tests or undergo treatment. Supervision will be lifted. “The outpatient provider, Liberty Healthcare, made the recommendation for unconditional release,” said Fresno Public Defender Richard Oberto. The...
26 Feb 2013
Florida Atlantic University is about to let the GEO Group, a notorious private prison company, slap its name on a new football stadium. Don't allow that to happen! GEO has a shameful record of human rights violations, abuse, and neglect at its facilities. Sign the Petition
26 Feb 2013

Court Dates

This section is intended to hold a list of court dates for those who are interested in attending proceedings relating to 290 law. Please use the Contact Form if you know of any dates, and use the comments below for any reports of hearings attended. Orange County Parks Ordinance Monday, July 22, 2013 at 1:00 pm in the 4th District Court of Appeal, Division 3,...
25 Feb 2013

Paroled sex offenders disarming tracking devices

SACRAMENTO — Thousands of paroled child molesters, rapists and other high-risk sex offenders in California are removing or disarming their court-ordered GPS tracking devices — and some have been charged with new crimes including sexual battery, kidnapping and attempted manslaughter. Full Article
23 Feb 2013
[See UPDATE below] State senator Lou Correa of Orange County introduced a bill on February 20 that would allow cities and counties to enact laws that ban registrants from public places such as parks, museums and libraries.  The bill, SB 386, was initially sent to the Senate Rules Committee and is expected to be referred to the Senate Public Safety Committee next week. "The bill,...
20 Feb 2013

Too Many Restrictions on Sex Offenders, or Too Few?

NY Times - Room for Debate: Lawmakers have to ask what restrictions make people safer, and which just create new problems like camps of homeless sex offenders. Full Article (5 Articles)
19 Feb 2013
'Congressional Research Service' Report, Recommends Increasing Good Time Credits and Reinstating Parole for Federal Offenders. [FCN/INST-170203] - Historic, Groundbreaking 'Congressional Research Service' 2013 Report - Recommends Increasing Good Time Credits and Reinstating Parole for Federal Offenders. FedCURE Special Report: Alleluia! After more then twenty-five years of campaigning for federal criminal justice reforms, to reduce the federal prison population, comes an historic, ground-breaking 2013 report,...
19 Feb 2013
TRENTON — Legislators approved a bill this month that will strengthen Megan’s Law to ensure state agencies do not place homeless and evacuated families near registered sex offenders. The issue was brought to light last year during a train derailment and subsequent evacuation in Paulsboro. A family with two teenage daughters was relocated to a Gibbstown motel that also housed a registered sex offender....
18 Feb 2013

NM: Mass sex offender transfer planned

The state Department of Corrections plans to start moving the first of up to nearly 300 violent or predatory sex offenders to a privately run detention facility in Otero County next month — despite objections from lawmakers. Corrections officials say the move will save money and provide better treatment options for sex offenders “who will be released” at some point. But the plan is...
18 Feb 2013
A 14-year-old New Jersey girl is facing child pornography charges for posting almost 30 nude photos of herself on MySpace. If she is convicted, the girl may have to register as a sex offender. According to The Daily News, this case is just one example of a larger effort by law enforcement officials across the country to crack down on child pornography. Prosecutors now...
18 Feb 2013
In January, the Belfast Giants of the Elite Ice Hockey League (U.K.) – yep, the “All I Want For Christmas Is You” franchise – announced that American ____ ____ had purchased the team, as Jim Gillespie sold a stake he had held since 2003. It was supposed to be a new era for the Northern Ireland team. Alas, it was an era that ended...
18 Feb 2013
People wishing to swim at Dublin’s two pools or exercise at its recreation center will have their names and photos checked against state and national sex-offender registries. If there’s a match, the person won’t be allowed in and Dublin police will be called. The city council, in approving the measure last week, said it is simply one more step toward ensuring the safety of...
15 Feb 2013

Huntington Beach Parks Ordinance Moratorium

The City of Huntington Beach has declared a moratorium on its sex offender ordinance which prohibits all registrants from visiting public parks and beaches. According to a memo from Police Chief Kenneth Small, the decision was made due to a pending legal challenge against the City. Small stated that he expects "the moratorium to remain in place until the Court of Appeal makes a...
12 Feb 2013
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- ____ ____ will spend the next 18 months in a federal prison for 15 minutes worth of sex videos he made with his teenage girlfriend. The girlfriend, who knew ____ was videoing at the time, was 16– which made her a minor under a federal sex offender law meant to apply to serious sex crimes. Having the video on his cellphone...
11 Feb 2013
Section 2250 outlaws an individual’s failure to comply with federal Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) requirements. SORNA demands that an individual—previously convicted of a qualifying federal, state, or foreign sex offense—register with state, territorial, or tribal authorities. Individuals must register in every jurisdiction in which they live, work, or attend school. They must also update the information whenever they move, or change...
07 Feb 2013

California Municipal Ordinances List updated

Thanks to the tireless efforts of one of our volunteers the list of City and County Ordinances relating to 290 registrants has been completely revamped and updated. Thank you, S.! While the task was tedious, it is our hope that this list will soon be obsolete and that these laws will be repealed. California RSOL - registrants, family & friends and supporters - has...
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