Securing better legislation through education and demystifying the social stigma of Registrants.
Please join us for an evening of learning and discussion about one of the most controversial issues in America today!
Thirty-two Years in the Trenches: Recollections of a Clinical & Forensic Psychologist Evaluating and Treating Sexual Offenders (and the courtroom battles that followed)
with Dr. Joseph J. Plaud, Ph.D., Executive Director, Applied Behavioral Consultants, LLC
Monday, September 16 @ 6:30 pm
Cambridge Friends Center
5 Longfellow Park, Cambridge, MA
Click to title to read
“The sex-offender panic is destroying lives”
Radley Balko, The Washington Times, September 19, 2017
“Bad Data: How government agencies distort statistics on sex-crime recidivisum”
Alissa R. Ackerman and Marshall Burns, Center of Juvenile and Criminal Justice. 2016
SHARE YOUR STORY with Humans on the Registry
The goal of Registered Humans is twofold: first, put a truly human face on persons required to register and show that they are just like anyone else. Second, provide a voice of hope to other registrants that they can find some measure of success and happiness.
Registrants are encouraged to tell their stories, focusing on the NOW and on what brings them joy and satisfaction. Not to minimize the pain and struggle, or any harm done in the past, but instead to show that we are more than the worst thing we have ever done, and can be contributing members of society.
Humans on the Registry
RESEARCH STUDY PARTICIPANT REQUEST
You are invited to participate in a video diary project titled Loving a Registrant: Life Experiences of Sex Offender Family Members as Told Through Participant Video Diaries (IRB Approval #Sum2017-95). This research project is being conducted by Dr. Danielle Bailey and Dr. Jennifer Klein from the University of Texas at Tyler.
CLICK HERE to learn more