- Steven Yoder’s work on California’s system was suppressed.
- Yoder covers criminal justice issues.
- Contact us if you wish to join us online.
Steven Yoder, a free-lance journalist who has written about registry issues, will be our guest this month for our third-Monday FEARLESS meeting.
We have asked him to talk about the story he wrote about California’s civil commitment program:
After he found California’s indefinite detention of sex offenders wasn’t working, the state shut him down and destroyed his research.
Should be a great discussion.
(You can find more of Steve’s articles about criminal justice, including registry issues, here).
The 7 p.m. Central time Monday, June 21 meeting of FEARLESS will be online. Email your full name and a verifiable address to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you credentials for the meeting, which will again be on Zoom.