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Raising Awareness for Sex Offender Policies & Issues

We are an organization of citizens, concerned about Sex Offender issues and policies in Florida. Reacting to public hysteria following isolated and heinous events, legislators' enacted broad reaching, and well-meaning legislation intended to protect the public. Unfortunately it fails to do exactly that. The cost to Florida tax payers is not only millions of dollars annually, but includes profound human collateral damage to families and communities and it also fails to protect our children or our communities, nor does it work towards stopping the cycle of abuse.

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FAC Submits Complaint to FL Attorney General Regarding Bogus Stings

January 29, 2015

Today, the Florida Action Committee submitted a written complaint to Attorney General Pam Bondi requesting the office investigate the bogus sting operations taking place in our...

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Review of “Pervert Park”: Documentary on Florida Justice Transitions

January 29, 2015

Indiewire.com posted the following review of “Pervert Park” a documentary on the lives and conditions of individuals living at Florida Justice Transitions, a...

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How Florida Police Falsely Arrest & Shame Men As Child Sexual Predators, Steal Their Cars… Then Try To Hide The Records

January 29, 2015

Eric Goldman calls our attention to a rather astounding story out of Florida, involving how various Florida police departments are engaging in what appears to be basically sham...

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346 Inmates Died in Florida’s Prisons in 2014

January 29, 2015

The United States leads the world in the number of people the country puts behind bars. Although it only has 5% of the world’s population, the United States has 25% of the...

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“Sex Offender” sensationalism and responsible reporting.

January 28, 2015

Our nation loves stories about sex. You throw “sex” into a headline and you’re guaranteed readership. FAC’s legislative committee keeps track of Bills...

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The lottery debate: Will RSOs win prompt more restrictions?

January 27, 2015

The following is a well referenced article on the lottery debate, which is republished here. Most reading this article would agree that it’s absurd to create laws...

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Lifetime Monitoring Bill Gets Some Backlash

January 27, 2015

News 4 Jacksonville, known for extensively reporting on anything sex offender related, put out the following story yesterday which highlighted some of the problems with the...

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U.S. House passes International Megan’s Law

January 27, 2015

The US House of Representatives yesterday passed the International Megan’s Law which would require the US inform other countries when a registrant intends to travel there...

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Today Show Asks Whether Registrants Should Be Allowed to Win the Lottery

January 26, 2015

Often, we like to share stupid statements contained in reputable news sources, because it shows how ignorant even the most highly regarded news sources can be. Today, NBC’s...

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More problems for troubled DOC

January 26, 2015

Those who have been through the system have seen the corruption and are not surprised by what’s been going on in the State of Florida’s Prison System. The family...

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The Prison Industry in the United States: Big Business or a New Form of Slavery?

January 26, 2015

By Vicky Pelaez Human rights organizations, as well as political and social ones, are condemning what they are calling a new form of inhumane exploitation in the United States,...

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NH: A local lawmaker sponsors bills to protect convicted sex offenders

January 23, 2015

If anyone feels compelled to write a thank you message to this representative after reading the below story, here is his email information: Representative Timothy Robertson (d)...

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Q: Where can I find more information about the registration restrictions?

January 22, 2015

FAC tries to make as much information about registration requirements as possible available on our site, www.floridaactioncommittee.org. Additionally, there are several online...

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Article equates sex offender registry to prison.

January 22, 2015

The following is an excerpt from a very insightful article by Maya Schenwar. The article, which discusses the “prison outside prison” world of electronic monitoring,...

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New Sex Offender Bill Filed in Senate

January 22, 2015

Senate Bill 0336 was filed yesterday. There is an accompanying bill filed in the House the day before (H0387) The bill creates Florida Statutes 921.2312 and makes substantial...

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FAC President to Testify before Senate Criminal Justice Subcommittee

January 20, 2015

***UPDATE*** The bill was not heard yesterday – We will advise when it will be scheduled.   The lifetime GPS bill will be discussed in the Senate Criminal Justice...

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Man Mislabeled Sex Offender Died Before Suit Could Be Heard

January 15, 2015

Just to illustrate how humiliating and life-threatening the “sex offender” label can be, a Jacksonville man whose drivers license mislabeled him a sex offender sued...

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Maine Supreme Court Finds Changes to the Registry Impose Extra Punishment

January 15, 2015

Maine is another state to add to a list of Supreme Courts who have found that enhancements added on to the sex offender registry constitute punishment. In this case, individuals...

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Controling what Sex Offenders do With their Money.

January 14, 2015

There’s been a lot of attention on Jeffrey Epstein lately. The Florida registrant served 13 months for procuring an underage prostitute in 2008. Last month, a victim filed...

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Failure to Register Carries a VERY STIFF Penalty

January 14, 2015

A 40 year old man in Jacksonville is facing 10 years in prison and a quarter of a million dollar fine for failing to register as a sex offender. The man, who committed a sexual...

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