This is being posted on behalf of the individuals conducting this survey and is not associated with FAC.

Our names are Dr. Jennifer Klein and Dr. Danielle Bailey and we are both Assistant Professors at the University of Texas at Tyler. We are committed to learning more about what experiences come with being a registrant and we are hoping to collect more information from you all. Specifically, we want to examine how life on the registry has impacted you economically. We have done work with Nebraskans Unafraid and with Texas Voices – two groups similar in mission to NARSOL and other advocacy groups.

We feel as though this is a very under-researched area when it comes to registry experiences. Many of our academic colleagues choose to focus on other experiences related to life on the registry (homelessness, harassment, etc.), but the economic impacts have largely been ignored. We feel like this has done you all a disservice and we should be focusing on this issue – it’s one of the most important parts of becoming successful post-conviction. Our survey includes questions focused on lost earning potential, interview experiences, lost jobs, discrimination at work, and your resumes.

We would like to extend an invitation for you to complete the survey remotely. Please let us know if you have any questions about the survey or if you need a paper copy of the survey itself. We are requesting that only registrants complete this survey. While we certainly acknowledge the economic impact that the registry has had on family members and loved ones, we are specifically trying to focus on registrants this time. Thank you for your understanding.

Please access the survey through the following link: or

If you need a paper survey due to Internet restrictions, please see the following attachment. You are welcome to mail it back to us at the following address:

Jennifer Klein or Danielle Bailey,  3900 University Blvd.,  Tyler, TX 75799

Thanks for your help and your support for this project. We will be happy to share the results with you once the survey is completed.


Drs. Klein and Bailey

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