I served a little over two years in federal prison for three separate sex offenses. It was due to a long-term addiction I suffered through for about 20 years before I was arrested. I was […]
I am happily married and have one wonderful child. For most of my adult life I have been an information technology professional, endurance athlete and musician. My wife and I have shared many adventures such […]
Today I’m a pastor running a community safe residential re-entry program for sex offenders. We have grown from a fledgling pioneer in sex offender re-entry to a well-respected organization recognized as experts in sex offender […]
As a registered citizen I was concerned about being on a public registry for life. I was concerned that I would be harassed at home and/or my vehicle would be vandalized. Fortunately, I have not […]
When my sister called to tell me that our 77-year-old father was a sex offender, I immediately rushed to my parents’ house with my usual knee-jerk savior response. I had only a few minutes to […]
Did You Know?
At least 27 states and one territory require that juveniles must register if they commit a sex offense for which an adult in the same jurisdiction would be required to register. 37 states reserve registration […]
In this video, we explain how a law that was supposed to protect children by sealing their records actually made it harder for one child to get a job as an adult.
After becoming sick and being admitted to the hospital, George was required to stay in longer than expected. Even so, a warrant was still issued after 7 days of being admitted to the hospital, because he was supposed to add a change of address after seven days!
KMZU news anchor Matt Griffith in Missouri interviews NARSOL Board Member and Communications Director Sandy R. about the registry.
Coming to terms with best practices for handling those who have committed sexual offenses isn’t just an American issue, it’s a global issue. As governments around the world debate how to move forward, we would […]
RoShawn Evans defied the odds. He was once jailed, but through strength and perseverance he emerged from the corrections system ready to make a change in the world. And he’s doing just that thanks to […]
Chris, like many of the nearly one million people listed on a sexual offense registry, has had to cope with the almost insurmountable challenges of being publicly listed, shamed, and blacklisted by potential employers. This is the story about how Chris overcame those obstacles.
What do you do when you are a person on the sexual offense registry and homeless, living in a parking garage? You help others! Douglas tells the story of his journey since being placed on the sexual offense registry, and how he tries to help others along their path, as well.
Christopher explains what it was like going from a well respected solder to a social pariah as a registrant in a small South Dakota town. He relates how residency restrictions have affected his life and the lives of his relationship partner.
Going from a normal life to prison and then back to a new re-created life is a long trip to take. Jason did just that.