NARSOL’s Halloween project this year is an open letter in the form of a press release asking for the end to “red-dotting” the homes or listing the names and addresses of those listed on sexual offense registries. This is an insidious practice that has developed over the past ten or so years, a practice that is totally contradicted by research. The open letter is signed by NARSOL, by all of NARSOL affiliate organizations, and by a great many notable organizations and individuals.
The Patch websites are especially prolific in the publishing of these maps and articles. A copy of the open letter was sent to the president of Patch Publications with an appeal to him to engage in a dialogue. He chose not to respond.
You may view the press release here, complete with all of the names who signed in support.