Reform Sex Offender Laws Organization’s Annual National Conference To Be Held In Albuquerque New Mexico September 6th thru 9th

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The 2012 RSOL 4th Annual National Conference -"Catch the Dream of Reform"- hosted in Albuquerque by RSOL New Mexico, seeks to empower citizen-driven law reform groups to better understand the complexity of current thinking on sex offender registration issues and find workable options for change.

The 2012 RSOL 4th Annual National Conference -"Catch the Dream of Reform"- hosted in Albuquerque by RSOL New Mexico, seeks to empower citizen-driven law reform groups to better understand the complexity of current thinking on sex offender registration issues and find workable options for change. “With over 750,000 people on the registry nationwide and growing, there is a serious need to reform the current laws so resources are better applied to achieving the intent of the legislation and minimize the effects on families of those on the registry,” states Lloyd Swartz, President RSOLNM.

The conference will be held September 6th thru 9th at the Ramada Inn Conference Center. Featured speakers include California civil rights attorney Janice Bellucci, Ohio Public Defender’s Office Information Officer Amy Borror, esteemed sexual behavior and risk assessment psychologists Dr. George Geysen and Senator Cisco McSorley of the New Mexico Senate Judiciary Committee will present what the RSOL website describes as, “a collaborative think-tank of proven ideas and best approaches to making all communities safe and abuse-free.”

Attendees from throughout the United States will participate in events designed to empower citizen-driven law reform groups to better understand the complexity of current thinking on sex offender registration issues and find workable options for change. Distinguished speakers will launch a collaborative think-tank of proven ideas and best approaches to making all communities safe and abuse-free.

In addition, the conference will offer a unified approach to legislative advocacy and volunteer-driven organizational development with topical expert presentations and interrelated 'skill and awareness building' paths through panel discussions and training workshops. Several informal social events will serve conference objectives by enhancing professional networking in relaxed social environments. Several 'open sessions' will also allow attendees time and space to interact directly with peers and experts.

Additional information on the conference can be found at http://www.reformsexoffenderlaws.org.

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Lloyd Swartz (505)252-0915

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