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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Dr. Emily Horowitz Speaks at RSOL 2015 Conference: Protecting Our Kids How Sex Offender Laws are Failing Us


Dr. Emily Horowitz -Sociology, Criminal Justice and Women’s Studies St. Francis College
Protecting Our Kids How Sex Offender Laws are Failing Us 
Video: 56:51 June 2015 RSOL Conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbgigHvmZnA

 
Dr. Horowitz’s book- http://goo.gl/4E1Ce8

Criminal and Civil Rights Attorney Eric Tennen Speaks at RSOL 2015 Conference: Are Risk-Based Registration Schemes Worth the Risk?

Eric Tennen -Attorney Criminal Defense and Civil Rights Matters
Are Risk-Based Registration Schemes Worth the Risk?
Video: 1:08:46 June 2015 RSOL Conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_i1I7gADf4

Criminal Attorney Richard Gladden Speaks at RSOL 2015 Conference: Registration of “Online Identifiers” Violates the Constitution


Richard Gladden - Attorney Criminal Defense
Registration of “Online Identifiers” Violates the Constitution

Yes Virginia, There is a Better Way to Monitor and Manage Our RSO’s: Commerce City Colorado Police Want Sex Offenders to be Employed and Contribute to the Community


Commerce City wants sex offenders to be employed and contribute to the community, September 23, 2015
By Russell Haythorne

COMMERCE CITY, Colo - What to do with sex offenders once they've served their time and are back in your neighborhood?
      
Tracking them is one thing -- making sure they stay employed and stay out of trouble is another.

Because of that, Commerce City is taking a new approach to keeping tabs on sex offenders.

“The biggest part of these guys not re-offending - is whether or not they're employed,” said Commerce City Police detective Christian Rasmussen.