ORGANIZATIONS AND LINKS
Sex Offender Laws Research
Provides factual information about sex offender laws and their effects
on people and society
See especially Criminalizing
Child’s Play - Presents statistics on juvenile sex offenders, as
well as details and references on 66 cases of the formal admonishment
of children as young as four for behavior interpreted as sexual and
criminal prosecution of children and teenagers for consensual sexual
As part of the
effort to support the happiness, well-being and freedom of children to
be themselves, we are committed to protect society and its children
from the dangers of sexual harm. We believe many aspects of the current
approach to sex offenders seriously undermine justice and make our
society less compatible with the welfare of young people.
Changing the Law
The girl was 15. They chatted for 18 months+ and he never knew where
she lived, never met her in person, he never touched her; but for
saying the wrong thing online, he was sentenced to three years hard
labor and then must register as a sex offender for twenty five years.
My son has gone from a hard working, tax paying citizen to a burden on
society because he said the wrong thing online.
for Second Chances
CSC provides an emotional support system for
families of those charged with sex crimes, especially juveniles. It
works for Michigan laws that
accurately reflect offenses and circumstances, and educates the public
on the issues and consequences of Michigan's sex laws.
Dr. Dennis Jacobs' Juvenile Sex Offender
Adolescent sex offenders are the new pariahs in American society. How
did we go from sex offenders as rapists and child molesters to children
(particularly young boys) who touch others inappropriately and end up
on a sex offender list for the rest of their lives?
Families and Children Exploited Sexually
FACES was formed by Indiana families who have had
children arrested for sexual behavior and placed in abusive treatment
programs. FACES helps parents band together and share information about
their children's treatment in order to bring it to the attention of the
public. For more information, contact Janet Boeldt at 317-241-2346.
This organization documents abusive practices committed by residential
treatment facilities, behavior modification programs, reform schools,
religious boarding schools, and other psychiatric care facilities.
Court Cases Affecting Juvenile Sex Offenders
This site links to articles concerning legal issues that affect
juvenile sex offenders in prisons and juvenile facilities.
A non-profit organization devoted to informing people under 21 about
the laws that affect them, through the use of music and video. It
covers both criminal and civil law issues, and features information
about sex laws that can land teens in prison with lengthy sentences and
place them on sex offender registries for consensual sex.
Center for Reason and Justice
The NCRJ educates the public about false accusations of sexual abuse
and provides financial and legal assistance to the falsely accused and
Letters from real life
children who have been swept up in the sex
offender net. Is this the best and only way to stop underage sex by
forever destroying once promising young lives?
Roar 4 Freedom
Roar 4 Freedom strives to educate the public about sex offender
recidivism, registration, monitoring, and community notification.
A blog devoted to the criminal laws regulating and punishing sex
offenders. Includes information regarding both adult and juvenile sex
Contains a blog about children 18 years of age and under being charged
with sex crimes and labeled sexual offenders.