Empowering Communities By Providing Sex Offender Facts vs. Myths
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Montana Reform Sex Offender Laws: Advocating by Educating
Sexual Offender Facts
In 93% of child sexual abuse cases, the child knows the person who commits the abuse. Only 7% are strangers and as many as 47% are family or extended family. (National Sex Offender Public Website, US Department of Justice)
95% of new sex offenses are committed by someone NOT already on a sex offender registry. (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2006)
96% of sex offenders DO NOT commit another sex offense when released. (US Department of Justice)
Registered sex offenders have the lowest recidivism rates when compared to domestic violence, battery, drug offenses, theft, robbery, DUI, and assault. The only crime with a lower recidivism rate is murder. (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2006)
National Reform Sex Offender Laws
Families Against Mandatory Minimums
Citizens Against Unfair Treatment
of Internet Offenders Nationwide
an Intelligent Registry
Florida Action Committee
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Cyber Savvy Resources
• Cyber Savvy: Good Choices Online
• Cyber Savvy Schools: Embracing the Future
• Cyber Savvy Teachers: Digital Media Safety and Citizenship
• Youth Risk: A Briefing for Educators; Online Social Networking Communities and Youth Risk
• Don't Post: Selecting Posters and Instruction Materials
• Internet Safety 101: Empowering Parents Program
• Residency Restriction Laws Awareness. This document describes the impact of residency restriction laws for registered sex offenders. Although Montana currently doesn't exercise these laws they are being explored and it is important to understand the consequences of such laws.
• Are Americans Aware?
• Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006
• No Easy Answers: Sex Offender Laws in the US
• Disentangling Child Pornography From Child Sex Abuse
• From Peer-to-Peer Networks to Cloud Computing: How Technology is Redefining Child Pornography Laws
• Protect your family when social networking - Facebook Family Safety Center
• Be aware of what your family is watching on TV - Parents Television Council
• RSOL National Conference - Reform Registry Panel (view)
• RSOL National Conference - Atty. Norm Pattis (view)
• "Registering Harm - How Sex Offense Registries Fail Youth and Community" Justice Policy Institute Report
• "Collateral Damage, Family Members of Registered Sex Offenders" by Jill Levenson
• Reentry Service Directories (state by state)
Folks, this is a GREAT state-by-state resource to pass on to anyone needing a job. While we know former offenders have a very difficult time, this is one opportunity that they SHOULD NOT pass up.
• The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
This national directory is provided simply to help identify NACDL members.
This is a GREAT state-by-state resource to pass on to anyone needing a job. We know former offenders have a very difficult time, so this is one opportunity that they SHOULD NOT pass up.
AZ Unites Focuses on exposing dangerous cyber-bullies and cyber-terrorist organizations like Absolute Zero United, Perverted-Justice, including spotlighting independent vigilante thugs in the mass media.
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