Nebraskans Unafraid’s FEARLESS is the subject of a newly-published research paper. The paper, written by Lisa Sample, Brooke Cooley, and Tusty ten Bensel, looks at the creation of FEARLESS and how it helps registered citizens and their families. Here is the abstract from the article. The term sex offender carries expectations that include a continuousContinue reading “Nebraska FEARLESS the subject of newly-published article”
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Challenging the punitiveness of ‘new-generation’ SORN laws
Wayne A. Logan of the Florida State University College of Law has an article in the 21 New Law Review article worth checking out. Here is the abstract: Sex offender registration and notification (SORN) laws have been in effect nationwide since the 1990s, and publicly available registries today contain information on hundreds of thousands ofContinue reading “Challenging the punitiveness of ‘new-generation’ SORN laws”
Australian report finds public sex offender registries do not work
A report from Australia essentially confirms what we already know…that public sex offender registries do not work. Public sex offender registries designed to shutdown pedophiles and rapists will not stop recidivism, while a searchable database could see house prices in some neighbourhoods drop by up to 8 percent, claims a new report. The Australian InstituteContinue reading “Australian report finds public sex offender registries do not work”
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