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This Group is migrating over to a dedicated site, please click on the Related Link below to access the new forum.

If you are a member of this group, please join us at our new dedicated SOSNet Forum. Please send questions to admin@sosolutionsnetwork.org

SOSNet is a resource for activists wanting to find real solutions to the s*x offender problem. This is a very complex issue and casting a broad net is detrimental to our society. Rational actions need to replace inaction and lethargy. Courageous citizens, responsible leaders, and ethical journalist can make a difference. Our mission is to dispel the myths, lies, and misconceptions about s*x offenders with facts and truth, making all families safer. On this forum, we will share ideas, post actions taken, and provide net results. Then other Group members can emulate and become effective in their communities and states.

Promoting a "National S*x Offender Policy Forum" to find real solutions to the problem, our campaign will be targeted towards the media and lawmakers, who we hold responsible for the pandering of fear and panic for ratings and votes. Then equitable solutions can be found, and laws passed that not only create real safety for all citizens but also protect the constitutional rights of s*x offender families and are cost effective.

Our proposed Policy Forum should include litigators, jurist, law enforcement, therapist, and victims and offenders along with their families, who are the secondary casualties of ill-conceived s*x offender laws.

You must be over 18 to be a member of SOSNet. This membership will allow you to read or post messages, as well as gain access to the other features. The Links are available to everyone.

Empathy for Victims - Compassion for Offenders - Solutions for Society

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