CA: Please tell us your experience working with an America’s Job Center of California to gain employment

Source: Friends Outside of Los Angeles County Friends Outside of Los Angeles County would like to talk with persons who have a sex offense and who are working with an America’s Job Center of California (AJCC) to gain employment. The purpose is to gain information about your job-seeking experience through a 60-75 minute phone or zoom interview. All information is confidential and anonymous. Our overall purpose is to conduct research about promising practices for helping registrants obtain employment. You will be given $500 gift card for your time. Contact Arthur…

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Action Alert: Please take this OnceFallen Survey on Social Media and Persons Forced To Register

Source: Derek W. Logue of OnceFallen.com Over the years, various individuals and groups seeking to reform and/or abolish sex offense laws have experienced harassment on social media platforms. Some, like Facebook, are known to allow attacks against Registered Persons. Law Enforcement even use social media to pass along registry information. And many social media platforms are hosts to online “anti-pedo” or “anti-Predator” groups that actively harass and threaten Registered Persons. Please take this this survey if you are a Registered Person, the loved one of a Registered Person, or if…

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Please take this survey available for registrants and families

[ladyjusticemyth.blog – 4/21/21] Please complete the ensnarement survey for C.A.G.E. My name is Kathleen Hambrick. Some of you know me by my blog name Lady Justice Myth. I became a member of this community on February 17th 2017 when my then twenty year old son was entrapped in Washington state. There police run a ‘collars for dollars’ scheme by the name of Net Nanny. It took me a year to understand, against my upbringing, that the police agenda had nothing to do with public safety in this case, it has everything to do with…

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Nevada Registrants Are Needed for Plea Bargain Study

[Janice approves this study] Dr. Lisa Anne Zilney of Montclair State University in New Jersey is looking for Nevada research participants for a study titled “Contextualizing the experiences of sexual offenders“. These are the qualifications you must have: You must be in Nevada. You must be a registered sex offender. You must have had a tier change due to the 2018 Adam Walsh Act. Specifically we are looking for individuals who were tier 0 or tier 1. You must be 18+ years. It doesn’t matter if you are male or…

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Looking For Additional Research Participants: Registered Sex Offenders, Male Or Female, 18 Years Of Age Or Older

[montclair.edu] [Note from Janice: I recommend you take part in this survey because I have corroborated Dr. Lisa Anne Zilney, her professorship at Montclair State University and her past scholarly works re: registrants.]   Title: Contextualizing the experiences of sexual offenders Eligibility: You are a registered sexual offender in any state and are at least 18 years of age. Description:  This study looks at the long term and short-term impacts of plea deals for sexual offenders. Plea deals can be coercive in nature, innocent individuals sometimes plead guilty, and people…

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Please participate in SORS (Sex Offense Registry Study)

[sorstudy.org] [Note from Janice: I can attest that this is a legitimate study] We are looking for research participants who can help us learn about important issues related to sex offense registries. We are collecting anonymous information from people required to register. WHO?  You are eligible to participate in this study If you are 18 or older, and are required to register on a sex offender registry in the United States. Please complete the survey using this link:  http://bit.ly/sors2020 HOW?  The survey is conducted online and will take 20-30 minutes to complete.…

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Participate in our study on veterans who have been convicted of a sex crime

[Note from Janice: I recommend this. Emily is a part of ACSOL] Dear Veterans, There is still time to participate in our study on veterans who have been convicted of a sex crime. Thank you to those who have already participated in this research project. As of January 8, 2020, we have received 164 completed surveys; however, we still need more veterans on the registry to complete the survey. Our goal is to have a minimum of 250-300 completed surveys by the end of the month. If you have yet…

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Survey of Veterans on the Registry

[Approved by Janice] To: military veterans who are on the sex offense registry Emily Horowitz, Ph.D. Professor & Chair, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Co-Director, Post-Prison Education Program St. Francis College 180 Remsen Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 | 718-489-5446 | ehorowitz@sfc.edu November 15, 2019 Dear Veterans, First, we want to thank you for serving our country. We are seeking military veterans who are on the sex offense registry to participate in a research project titled: Veterans with Sex Offense Convictions: A Preliminary Investigation. The research is being conducted by…

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You can be part of an anonymous survey on how registration and notification policies impact your life

[University of Nevada, Reno] Have you ever been in a relationship with a person who had to register on a sex offender registry? We are interested in hearing about your experiences. The first 300 people will be entered into a raffle for (4) $100 & (12) $50 Amazon gift cards. Read more about the survey and choose whether to participate [Below is some of the description on their website] Purpose: You are being asked to participate in a research study which asks about your experiences being in a current or…

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Registrants needed for survey: Economic Impact of the Sex Offender Registry (ends March 1)

Below is a request for registrants only to provide researchers with information about economic impacts of the registry.  If you wish, please contact them directly using the link below.  The survey ends March 1. Thank you. Janice   Hi everyone, Our names are Dr. Jennifer Klein and Dr. Danielle Bailey and we are both Assistant Professors at the University of Texas at Tyler. As you know, we have been collecting data for a project that analyzes the economic impact of the sex offender registry on those individuals required to register.…

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