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Emotional Support Group Meetings 2020 (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

Distinguished Speakers, Informative Panels Added to ACSOL Conference

Emotional Support Group Meeting January 25 in LA

CA DOJ Releases New Information About Tiered Registry Law

Sacramento Lobby Day (Feb 11) Details Revealed

General News Feed

29 Oct 2012
The City of Simi Valley is prohibited from enforcing a requirement that sex offenders post a sign on the front door of their homes on Halloween this year, according to a decision by federal district court judge Percy Anderson.  The decision will allow the city to prohibit sex offenders from decorating their homes and answering the door to trick-or-treaters as well as require them...
29 Oct 2012
15 minutes. After a five-week trial, that's how long it took a jury in a rural Northern California county to decide that an openly gay man who had served two years in prison for a forcible oral copulation of an acquaintance back in 2003 did not merit civil commitment as a sexually violent predator. The prosecution's case featured a lone government psychologist whose opinion...
29 Oct 2012
Proposition 35, if passed, will create harsher punishments for those who participate in the sex trafficking industry. These punishments include prison sentences up to 15-years-to-life and fines up to $1.5 million. Those who are convicted would also be required to register as sex offenders, receive limitations to Internet access and would be supervised by law enforcement. Full Article
26 Oct 2012

Halloween and RSOs [Audio]

Anthony talks with Creators columnist and veteran TV crime reporter Diane Dimond about whether police programs to contact and target registered sex offenders in the days leading up to Halloween constitute good public-safety policy or a needless violation of civil liberties. Full Article
26 Oct 2012
New sex offender tracking technology. The development of three new initiatives in Ohio will intensify the State's ability to monitor the more than 19,000 convicted sex offenders living in the state.
26 Oct 2012

Sex offender’s appeal heard in court

The appeal of a registered sex offender, who was arrested under a county ordinance when he visited a park in Fountain Valley, went to court Thursday. ____ of Santa Ana, who was convicted Nov. 14 of a misdemeanor for entering a county park without written permission from the Orange County Sheriff's Department, is the first registered offender to appeal the county statute, said Farrah...
26 Oct 2012
SANTA MARIA, Calif.- In just a few days, your child will be going door-to-door trick or treating inevitably coming face-to-face with a stranger. So, how well do you know your neighbors from registered sex offenders to criminals? "Yeah, very! We usually go with our children when we trick or treat but yea that's scary," says Santa Maria parent, Lisa Burress. As Lisa Burress helps her...
26 Oct 2012

Anaheim Adopts Sex Offender Ordinance

The Anaheim City Council voted unanimously to enact an ordinance yesterday to expand child safety zones to protect children from registered sex offenders in city parks. The Ordinance, which was originally introduced by Councilwoman Kris Murray, becomes effective in 30 days. The City Council also includes Mayor Tom Tait, Mayor pro tem Harry S Sidhu, P.E., and Council Members Gail E. Eastman and Lorri...
26 Oct 2012
No country on the planet has tried to control it’s citizens sexual behavior more than the United States. That statement is not about the necessity of such laws but rather a matter of fact. Fear and a demand for government protection from “predators” has created some really bad public policy. Originally set up to protect children from pedophiles, the expansion of the publicly available...
26 Oct 2012
FOLSOM, Sacramento County (CBS SF) – A convicted sex offender from Contra Costa County who was killed in an apparent homicide in his state prison cell in Folsom last week has been identified as 51-year-old Raymond Johnston. Lt. Tony Quinn, of California State Prison-Sacramento in Folsom, said correctional officers found Johnston unresponsive in his cell just after 9 p.m. Wednesday as prisoners were being...
26 Oct 2012
Jimmy Savile was a repulsive individual who indulged in vile, degraded, abusive acts. On that we can all agree. But what is less a matter of consensus is how we should respond to the scandal. When I argued on Newsnight this week that we need some calm reflection and that the whole of society should not be reorganised around child protection, it started a...
24 Oct 2012
A new law in Simi Valley, Calif., has banned registered sex offenders from decorating their homes for Halloween. They are also not allowed to pass out candy or to turn outside lights on, and they must post signs stating there is no candy at the residence. All of this makes a lot of sense; these are not the kind of people that I would...
24 Oct 2012

Anaheim City Council approves Parks Ban

The Anaheim City Council approved an ordinance prohibiting persons required to register under CA PC 290 to enter public city parks  on Oct 23. California RSOL members spoke in opposition. Audio: [audio:https://all4consolaws.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/anaheim_oct23.mp3] Video: http://anaheim.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=1134 Item 29 starts at 1:43 Documents: http://www.anaheim.net/docs_agend/questys_pub/MG38467/AS38506/AS38509/AI40614/Documents.htm City Web Site: http://www.anaheim.net      
24 Oct 2012

ACLU opposes Proposition 35 [Video]

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23 Oct 2012
Recently, the US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit ruled that a policy banning registered sex offenders from entering Albuquerque's public libraries is unconstitutional. Over the past decade the availability of online sex offender registries has enabled widespread awareness of sexual offenders living in the community, increasing concerns for the safety of children and leading politicians to pass laws restricting where sex offenders...
23 Oct 2012

Proposition 35

The California ballot includes a proposition that would require all registrants to disclose internet activities and identities within 24 hours of its passage.  This requirement is hidden within Proposition 35 which states its focus is upon stopping human trafficking.  The proposition would also require anyone convicted as a sex trafficker to register as a sex offender. Supporters of this proposition include the California Statewide...
22 Oct 2012

VOTE!

Monday October 22nd is the last day to register to vote for the upcoming election in November. Be heard! If you are not already registered to vote, find out if you are eligible. The state prohibits voting by people incarcerated in prison or on parole. All others may cast a ballot. Find out more (State info and more on this site) and register to...
21 Oct 2012

Oct 23 – Anaheim City Council / Parks Ban

On October 23rd, City of Anaheim City Council Meeting, 5 pm - the Anaheim City Council will re-visit the proposed Parks and Recreational Area Ban. California ROSL members spoke at the item's introduction. View video. Join us on October 23rd! 29.               ORDINANCE NO.      6256    (ADOPTION) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ANAHEIM adding Sections 7.60.010 through 7.60.040, inclusive, of Chapter 7.60 of Title...
21 Oct 2012
A federal judge was asked Friday to temporarily block enforcement of Simi Valley's new Halloween sex offender law. The judge could rule as early as next week. The motion for a temporary restraining order was filed with U.S. District Court Judge Percy Anderson in Los Angeles by attorney Janice Bellucci, who last month filed a federal lawsuit that argued the law is unconstitutional. Bellucci contends...
21 Oct 2012

Simi Valley police check up on sex offenders

Simi Valley detectives conducted a sex registrant compliance check Saturday morning in the city, officials said. The checks were made between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. throughout the city, police said. Authorities said of 120 registered sex offenders in Simi Valley, 105 were found to be in compliance with their registration requirements. Detectives will continue to investigate the other 15 people who were not...
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