ONCE FALLEN’S RESOURCE LINKS PAGE

INTRO & DISCLAIMERS: If you have come to this “Resource Links Page” from other websites, then visit the main page for more details about various sex offender laws and issues. The links on this page offer various services not otherwise offered by Once Fallen or offer supplemental services. NOTE: These links are for reference only and does not imply any degree of endorsement of the other websites nor any form of cooperation with Once Fallen and affiliated websites. Also, because many websites become outdated, hacked, or eliminated, as well as new sites created, I am not responsible for the content of these links. If you find a problem with any of these links, or you have a website that you want added to your website, please send me an email at iamthefallen1@yahoo.com and I will review this response and add or remove site links as necessary.

NOTICE: Inclusion of a website on Once Fallen is at the discretion of the owner of this site. We strive to give exposure to other organizations. However, Once Fallen is an independent agency and beholden to no one in order to maintain autonomy and to remain free from any bureaucracies and factions that sometimes form in grassroots campaigns. We are under NO obligation to add info here, nor will Once Fallen be placed in a position to include one site while failing to add a rival website with a different philosophy. The purpose is providing a reference list for those seeking more information or places to get involved. INCLUSION HERE IS DOES NOT IMPLY ANY AGREEMENT OR COOPERATION BETWEEN ONCEFALLEN AND ANY OF THE LISTED ORGANIZATIONS.

SITE LINKS LAST UPDATED — 23 January 2021

SECTION 1: SEX OFFENDER NEWS, SUPPORT, & ACTIVISM

SUPPORT AND/OR ACTIVIST GROUPS AND FORUMS

  • SOSEN [www.sosen.org] Sex Offender Solutions and Education Network, contains a non-public forum for support, education, and activism opened to Registrants & their families, as well as a hub for news stories, research and relevant info. **FEATURED SITE**
  • SAEN [http://www.saeninc.org/]Sexual Abuse Ends Now (SAEN), formerly USA FAIR, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to educating the public on issues related to the sex offender registry.
  • support-for-families.boards.net/— “Families of sex Offenders” open forum [Formerly Families of Sex Offenders section on DailyStrength.org, some parts of the forum are exclusive to members]
  • CAUTIONclick [http://www.cautionclick.com/] — CAUTIONclick is a group that deals primarily with “Internet Offenses”
  • ACSOL/ Alliance for Constitutional SO Laws [all4consolaws.org/]California-based group working on national and state-level issues
  • www.cure-sort.org — Sex Offenders Restored through Treatment (SORT), a non-profit advocacy membership organization under IRC section 501(c)(3) founded in 1990, is an issue chapter of Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants (National CURE) and is referred to as CURE-SORT.
  • ww1.womenagainstregistry.org/ — Women Against Registry (WAR) Women Against Registry seeks to restore life, health and freedom to the innocent women and children being destroyed by public registration.


LEGAL, RESEARCH, NEWS, AND EDUCATIONAL WEBSITES

The following blogs and websites provide coverage of sex offense news and educational topics.

  • The eAdvocate family of blogs and sites, arguably the best collection of research and legal analyses outside of Once Fallen [Note: eAdvocate passed away in January 2018, so the blogs are no longer updated]:
  • SOLResearch.org — A research site containing many valuable research articles on sex offenders


STATE & REGIONAL SPECIFIC WEBSITES

[Note: None of these sites are affiliated with Once Fallen and I cannot guarantee you will get the help you need.]

  • all4consolaws.org/– California [Please note: this group advocates for a tiered registry, so that may be a turn off for some of you]


SINGLE STORY AND SPECIAL INTEREST WEBSITES

[NOTE: These are mainly personal story sites. Blogs and personal sites may not be updated often the stories are still valuable and thus are kept here so long as the link remains valid]

  • endoflovefilm.com/ — Upcoming documentary about teens and young men dragged through the system for
    possession of CP
  • freebaran.org/ — The story of Bernard Baran, the first man falsely convicted in the Fells Acre satanic panics.


INTERNET RADIO SHOWS AND PODCASTS


SECTION 2: RESOURCES FOR REGISTRANTS AND FAMILIES

MULTIMEDIA REFERENCE LIBRARY MUST-HAVES


GETTING OFF THE REGISTRY

  • www.pardon411.com/ — Pardon 411 offers detailed information on obtaining a pardon. To obtain a pardon, you must file for a pardon in the state of your conviction, not the state in which you reside. If you were convicted in federal court, then you must file for a pardon through the federal system. Yes, sex offenders can obtain pardons, though your chances are small. No, pardons do not remove the conviction; however, it can remove you from registration duties.
  • Relief for the Registry Chart released by the Collateral Consequences Resource Center: The ccresourcecenter.org website has released a spreadsheet of laws that provide relief from the public sex offender registry. You can download the info by CLICKING HERE.


EMPLOYMENT ISSUES


POST-RELEASE HOUSING [HOUSING LEADS GREATLY NEEDED!]


DEALING WITH CYBERSTALKING/ VIGILANTISM

  • www.ic3.govFBI Cybercrimes Unit site, where you go to file a complaint


LEGAL EAGLES: ATTORNEYS AND ATTORNEY SERVICES

  • mitchellhamline.edu/sex-offense-litigation-policy/ — Hosted by the Mitchell Hamline School of Law (St Paul, MN), this resource center covers case law on various topics on sex offense policy. If you’re doing legal research to fight the registry, it is among the best legal research sites on the Internet.
  • www.ohiojpc.org/main.html — The Ohio Justice and Policy Center, a non-profit legal organization fighting sex
    offender legislation in Ohio


WEBSITES ADDRESSING FALSE ALLEGATIONS

  • www.innocenceproject.org/ — The project is a national litigation and public policy organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted people through DNA testing and reforming the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.
  • www.mediaradar.org/ — R.A.D.A.R. – Respecting Accuracy in Domestic Abuse Reporting – is a non-profit, non- partisan organization of men and women working to improve the effectiveness of our nation’s approach to solving domestic violence.


SECTION 3: TREATMENT AND VICTIM’S RIGHTS WEBSITES

VICTIM SUPPORT AND RATIONAL ADVOCACY GROUPS

  • www.safersociety.org/ — Great organization with a library of reference books on sale for treatment, as well as a referral service for treatment


TREATMENT FOR SEXUAL ADDICTIONS AND OFFENDING

  • www.sexoffenderhelp.com/ –Our goal is to help in your recovery from destructive behaviors that brought you into conflict with society. In helping you recover and become a vital part of the community, we hold fast to four fundamentals as essential.
  • www.sexoffenderresource.com/ — Our goal is to provide resources, such as where to find counseling for individuals whom have committed sex offenses and their families.
  • www.b4uact.org/ — B4U-Act focuses on treatment for those who have a sexual attraction to minors
  • www.virped.org/ — “Virtuous Pedophiles,” a support and treatment network for those clinically diagnosed as pedophiles
  • www.cure-sort.org/ — CURE-SORT works to provide information, resources, contacts, and support to individuals, families, defense attorneys, treatment providers, public media, legislators, law enforcement personnel, and other professionals who work with or are interested in issues of sexual abuse and its prevention.


RELIGIOUS WEBSITES FOR SEXUAL ADDICTIONS/ OFFENDERS IN CHURCH

  • 904true.org/ — Faithful & True Ministries of Jacksonville, FL (Note: We only work with first time offenders
    AND non-criminal sexual sin)


SECTION 4: OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST

  • ctb.ku.edu/en/table-of-contents — Kansas University’s “Community Toolbox,” a treasure trove of information on organizing an activist movement. Of critical importance are Chapter 10 and 30-35.