Yearly Archives: 2018

October FEARLESS Minutes

Guest Speaker

Katie Krejci and Meghan White, both attorneys from the Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office Sex Crime Unit, talked about the complexity of rules for a person on sex offender probation, parole, and/or the registry.  They did not, and nothing in these minutes is intended to,

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September 20th FEARLESS Meeting Minutes

 

NEW BUSINESS…

  • Several members attended a Community Town Hall on Criminal Justice Reform. This is a great opportunity to make people who committed sex offenses a part of the conversation.  We encourage everyone to attend one.  For more information please contact us and go to aztownhall.org.

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August 16th FEARLESS Meeting Minutes

We were honored to have Dr. Richard Samuels speak at our Fearless meeting last night.  Dr. Samuels’ career began in New Jersey working with human sexuality programs.  He now focuses his practice on forensics.  During his talk, he discussed the different measuring tests that are used for people on the registry to determine their recidivism risk. 

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July 19th FEARLESS Minutes

The video “Frightening and High” was sent to all state legislators. Please contact your legislators and ask if they’ve had a chance to watch the video. We can only bring about change with your support.

Coming soon… Fearless will be offered at South Unit.

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June 21st FEARLESS Meeting Minutes

Paul Goss and Jerry Eitniear from the Department of Corrections were the speakers at our Fearless meeting, they both work in the Sex Offender Coordination Unit and help inmates for their pre-release from prison.  In their presentation, they discussed how they determine levels before an inmate is finished with their sentence, 

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Have you forgotten us yet, dear Stranger?

Have you forgotten us yet, dear Stranger?

Dear Society, who bases judgment solely from what is seen on a web page;

Dear Lawmakers, who should be far more concerned with prevention than punishment-like ‘civil’ duties that inform the public of individuals and of families who have strived to heal and become better people because of their pasts;

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May 17th FEARLESS meeting

 

Our speaker for the May 17th FEARLESS meeting will be Jason Keller, former criminal defense attorney and advocate for criminal justice reform as our speaker.  He is looking forward to sharing his experience as an attorney and his own reentry experiences.

For information on the time and place of this meeting,

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NARSOL supports man who won rare constitutional challenge

(from the NARSOL website; the article refers to AZRSOL’s own Stephen May’s case):

By Larry Neely . . . The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) has filed an amicus curiae brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in support of Stephen Edward May,

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April FEARLESS Meeting Minutes

We were joined by several members of the ACLU program People Power whose mission is to help people with felony convictions get their civil rights restored.  It was a great conversation about our prison system and the ways we can all work to make improvements.  Attached are the handouts which share more information about the program including how to find Voter Restoration Clinics in your area. 

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ACLU Voting Rights Restoration Clinic

On Saturday, April 28th, the Arizona chapter of the ACLU will be holding a Voting Rights Restoration clinic in Phoenix. You can find the details here

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