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NEWSWEEK: The FBI Built a Database to Catch Rapists—But Almost Nobody Uses It

August 3, 2015

Quantico, Va. — More than 30 years ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation launched a revolutionary computer system in a bomb shelter two floors beneath the cafeteria of its...

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Sex offenders’ trailer park in Oklahoma City continues to struggle

August 3, 2015

Hand Up Ministries, an Oklahoma City nonprofit agency that seeks to help sex offenders re-enter society, has faced challenges after a 2012 law added manufactured homes to the...

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Sex Offenders are Easy Targets

August 3, 2015

A South Daytona registered citizen was accused of soliciting a teen in a bathroom of a party venue at a local mall. Allegedly, a 15 year old boy was at a birthday party at the...

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Survey Participation Request

August 3, 2015

Sharon Denniston, a PhD candidate in public policy is doing a study on registrants to present at the ATSA conference. She is in need of additional participants who meet certain...

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Residents accuse sex offender of living in wrong neighborhood

July 31, 2015

This is pretty horrible....     DeBARY, Fla. -Neighbors are on alert after they say a registered sex offender is living in the wrong neighborhood. Jason Minton is fresh...

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ABC NEWS Nightline: This 19-Year-Old Will Spend the Next 25 Years as a Registered Sex Offender

July 31, 2015

When Les and Amanda Anderson went to pick up their son from a county jail in St. Joseph, Michigan, it was the first time they had seen him in two and half months. “I was thinking...

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Punitive incarcerations drain state coffers

July 23, 2015

  TALLAHASSEE – President Barack Obama’s July 13 sentence commutation of 13 Floridians, including one Orange Park man, has caught the attention of a Florida tax watchdog...

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Miracle Village gets more national attention.

July 23, 2015

A report came out today in German News about Miracle Village. The story can be found here:...

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Judge: Sex offender GPS monitoring lawsuit can proceed

July 16, 2015

A judge has refused to dismiss a Chancery Court lawsuit challenging a state law that requires certain sex offenders on probation to wear an ankle GPS monitor. The suit, filed in...

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Study Confirms High Sex Offender Concentrations, Mpls. Council Demands Solutions

July 16, 2015

This story is only interesting for one of the last sentences, which is extremely important   _______ Frustrations are mounting on an issue Minneapolis city leaders say is...

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Here’s an IUD–but wait! You can’t have sex yet!

July 15, 2015

The below post appeared on the "With Justice for All" blog and contained one of the most striking points I've read in a while: "When an adult man is duped by a 15-year-old girl...

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FAC to take on “Internet Identifiers” with lawsuit

July 15, 2015

Last week a Judge in Illinois declared their requirement that registered citizens register all internet sites a registrant uses to be unconstitutional. The judge, in his opinion,...

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NBC2 Investigation: The sex offender 1,000-foot rule [WITH FAC COMMENTS]

July 14, 2015

1,000 feet is 1,000 feet, right?  Apparently not when measuring how far away sex offenders can live from parks and schools.  An NBC2 investigation uncovers differences in the way...

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Much needed registry reform and what you can do…

July 13, 2015

Over the past couple of days the story of Matt Gaetz (son of Don Gaetz who coined the “scorched earth for sex offenders” phrase) called in to a Sirius XM talk show on politics...

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‘Matt from Fort Walton Beach’ says state may tweak sex-offender law

July 13, 2015

TALLAHASSEE - Florida legislators might consider tweaking the state’s sex-offender law after the prosecution of a couple seen having a midday romp on the beach, radio talk-show...

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Sex-on-the-beach conviction spurs talk of tweaking Florida sex offender laws

July 10, 2015

Florida legislators might consider tweaking the state’s sex-offender law after the prosecution of a couple seen having a midday romp on the beach, radio talk-show caller “Matt...

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From CA: Have Sex-Offender Registries Gone Too Far?

July 10, 2015

Public Radio in California broadcast a story on sex offender registration. It's nice to be getting lots of news coverage on this debate and it's great that the recurring theme...

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Italian Media Outlet Reports on Injustices in Florida

July 9, 2015

The following is a translation of a story that appeared in Corriere, an Italian Media Outlet. The original story was in Italian and highlights the (mis)treatment of Sex Offenders...

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From Canada: Parents fight to get their 19-year-old son off Indiana’s sex offender registry

July 8, 2015

This case is making headlines in Canada. Network CBC  posted this:   The state of Indiana considers Zach Anderson a sex offender. He doesn't. Neither do his parents. And...

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FAC Change.org Petition

July 8, 2015

Now that both defendants have been sentenced and are on the sex offender registry, it's a good time to remind ourselves, family, friends, etc. of our petition on Change.org...

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