Coalition for Registered citizen Restoration


Citizens Against Government Entrapment

 We the Registrant Families of Florida have set about educating the public and media with statistical data from researchers in the field that the registry is a useless tool and causes damage to families of registrants and protects no one.  

The Registry Does Not Protect The Children, It Harms Them!

The U.S. Department of Justice, July 2015, report shows that sex offender laws are ineffective and create more harm than producing any genuine good..

..And here's just one, out of thousands of cases, where it has created more harm: Registrant Status Poses a Housing Challenge For ill Army Veteran.

******ACLU pushes for removal of sex offender registry************ACLU pushes for removal of Registered citizen list******

******Michigan lawmakers ordered to revise the Registered citizen Act******

Alaska Supreme Court declares law requiring all Registered citizens list ******unconstitutional******

Our Position on the Registry

The Sex Offender Registry A Position Paper by Women Against

Registry Women Against Registry (WAR) is an organization

dedicated to the abolition of the sex offender registry. This essay

will outline the principal reasons for our stance and

About WAR

Vision The vision of this organization is to abolish the multiple

Sex Offender Registries across this nation.  Women Against

Registry also seeks to restore Life, Health and Freedom to all

individuals who have been injured by the requirements


****Attention Members..We now have a Florida W.A.R FaceBook page. If you are on Facebook, please join the page.  We will be posting articles about this issue.****

Untouchable, the award-winning documentary that takes an unflinching look at sex offenders, the laws used to punish them, and the people behind the making of those laws, will be available for personal streaming January 15th

Stream it starting January 15

on Amazon, iTunes and Google Play.

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Arnold, MO 63010


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Arnold, MO 63010


The Marshall Project:

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A curated collection of links

The Marshall Project:


A curated collection of links

McNeill v. State decision released today ~ Lifetime supervision was found to be unconstitutional in Nevada. Huge victory for registrants and family members.

Please visit our open forum to discuss what is on your mind.

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Housing Restrictions on Sex Offenders Spread Even as Evidence Shows They Don’t Work

Best Buy Geek Squad Informant Use Has FBI on Defense in Child-Porn Case

Legal reform for People Intellectually & Developmentally Disabled

Reforming Criminal Justice

Juveniles Who Commit Sex Offenses 

Against Minors

Open States For All Legislation

Illinois Supreme Court Considers Validity Of Ban On Sex Offenders In Parks

The Sex Offender Registry: Vengeful, unconstitutional and due for full repeal

The Federal Prison Handbook, by Christopher Zoukis

Emily Horowitz: How Sex Offender Laws Are Failing Us

"Sex offenders are not second-class citizens," writes U.S. District Judge W. Keith Watkins

"Divided, we stand"? Scott Pelley on our American flag, and our common purpose

'Gundy' Decision Could Signal Fundamental Reform of Administrative State

As candidates search for criminal justice talking points, parole and probation reform should top list


FL - US v Kirby Unreasonable CP

US v Kirby Unreasonable CP.pdf

Why call someone by what we don't want them to be? The ethics of labeling in forensic/correctional psychology

Don't talk to the police

Convicted of Sex Crimes, but With No Victims An online sting operation to catch child predators snared hundreds of men. What were they really guilty of?

                           LABELED FOR LIFE                                             

A Review of Youth Sex Offender Registration Laws

The Sunshine State thrives on tourism. But prior to making plans and visiting Florida it is strongly recommended that registrants (which are legally allowed computer usage/ internet access), or family members of, research FDLE laws and the county/city registrant laws in which they intend to visit. Also, a registrants intention of visiting certain Florida tourist locations may be denied entry due to the label worn. Research is recommended.

*NOTE: After a registrant, that's visiting Florida, has contacted and registered in the county they are residing in for the family vacation the registrants photo and full page dossier will remain on the FDLE site!..for life!

Also..Removal from another state's registration requirement does not guarantee removal from the requirement to register in Florida!

International Travel For Registrants

"I am adding Armenia as a good destination. A recent registrant was turned away from Haiti. Another registrant traveled to Martinique without a problem"

Paul Rigney

Executive Director, RTAG Inc


Please share your Travel Experience with TAG at:

Subject: Update to Travel matrix - good news finally; Tahiti confirmed
good, Barbabos, Guatemala good
From: <>
Date: Sun, July 07, 2019 2:47 pm
To: "latin Travel" <>

We finally received a report from Tahiti.   The registrant was not even stopped, just traveled straight through

immigration.   I personally traveled to Barbados.  I was politely interrogated.  I realized I would be allowed to

stay when the local police then interrogated me.  Also have 2 recent trips to Guatemala without interrogation

or issues.

It is highly recommended that registrants travel with a single paged document explaining the specifics of their

situation and specifics of travel plans that can simply be handed to immigration.

Also received negative reports on the readability and accuracy of the matrix.

Hopefully those have been fixed.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Good News. Bahamas and Belize now seem to let registrants enter
From: <>
Date: Tue, August 27, 2019 2:06 pm

I have 4 confirmed reports, 2 each, of registrants allowed to enter Belize and the Bahamas.

Please be prepared for an extensive interrogation.

Paul Rigney

Registrant Travel Action Group, Inc


Why We Must Fight

Florida has some of the toughest registrant laws in the nation. If you are convicted of a sex crime in Florida, you may be forced to deal with very stringent registration laws for the rest of your life. This is in addition to any prison time given. The lasting repercussions of such a conviction can dramatically impact the quality of your life and the lives of those people close to you.

Our registrant families are impacted by each and every law and restriction applied to their loved one by Florida legislators and city officials. For instance, the family is subjected to harassment and harm due to all vehicles at the residence for five or more consecutive day's being “registered” with authorities. If a “registered” vehicle plate is scanned by law enforcement and the driver and occupants are at a location off-limits to a registrant and there is a rush of police to the location how does that help with anything except embarrassment for the family?  Researchers have clearly indicated three things are needed for successful re-integration; a job, place to live and a POSITIVE SUPPORT SYSTEM.

The collateral damage to our families is substantial and the reason we are making our voices heard.  The Dobbs Wire updated their registry map Dec 2018. There are now over 912,000 men, women and children registrants nationwide...73,444 are in the state of Florida. This encompasses millions of family members across the nation with over a million residing in Florida

Society has been groomed to believe the registry will keep them safe by merely locating a dot on the map and that along with strict residency restrictions is all that is needed. That is simply a “false sense of security.” We, the registered families of Florida, advocate for Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training Programs WITH state funding to be taught where 95% of the sexual offenses occur; within the family, friends and those having access to the children like schools, churches, scouts and instructional organizations. We advocate for prevention and intervention to keep a child from being harmed instead of conviction and incarceration after a child has been harmed.

We are the moms, wives, sisters, grandmothers, girlfriends, aunts, daughters and other family members who believe that once a person has been adjudicated, paid their debt to society and are trying to live a law-abiding life they should be allowed to do so with their family in peace without harassment or vigilante "justice."

Our registrant family child said it best at our Rally in Tally:

“The laws you intended to protect me have made me and my family homeless”

Find your Florida Senators here:

Florida Legislature:

Florida House Of Representatives:

2021 state Legislative Sessions:

JSOR Survey Summary Results By Sharon E. Denniston, Ph.D

Argument preview: When a registrant moves out of the country, does he have to tell anyone?

Sex offender Laws and Prevention of Sexual Violence or Recidivism.

When Facts aren't facts: A look at the effectiveness of sexual offender registries.

Megan’s Law: Assessing the Practical and

Monetary Efficacy

Calls for limiting sex-offender registry will be tough to act on.


Recidivism of Prisoners Released in 30 States in 2005: Patterns from 2005-2010

211 United Way Of Florida: 

H.O.S.T Transition Services:

Florida Habitat For Humanity:

Florida Resources,Rentals,Employment: ex-offender-housing/

                                                              RE-Entry Resource                                                         

Registrant Housing of Florida

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Law Enforcement Perspectives on Sex Offender Registration and Notification: Effectiveness, Challenges, and Policy Priorities:

Global overview of sex offender registration and notification systems

eAdvocate:Congress,Courts & Nation

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We the Registrant Families of Florida.....

have set about educating the public and media with statistical data

indicating the registry and restrictions are not supported by true empirical data.

The Proof is Here.....

In the stories from our families showing the annihilation and despair.


Family Stories

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What is your family story? If you're a family member of a registrant and have experienced harassment, loss or refusal of employment, denied housing, or any other way the sex offender registry has caused harm to family members this is your opportunity to tell how your being affected as a family. Tell us your family story, in your own words. Please include the emotional , financial and mental impact as well as any specific situations you were subjected to as someone who has/had a relationship with a registrant. Please state briefly what the registrant situation was but the story focus is on the family.  If you submitted a story but failed to check the box giving permission to publish in written form, then your story will not appear here.  If you would like to submit your story about the innocent victims you can visit our Operation Push Back! page and fill out the forms and check the permissions box or boxes.

     International Megan’s Law IML Protest – Registered Sex Offender’s Passports – Metamora Film


Please Join Us

If you are a registrant or a family member of a registrant and a resident of Florida, we need you. 
Sign up to join in the fight against the Immoral sex offender registry.

To join WAR national click here.

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Women Against Registry Family Foundation, a 501c3 tax deductible charity.

Your donations help keep Women Against Registry Family Foundation in the fight against the laws that are tearing our families apart! Your donations are used to help fund our outreach and enable us to attend several events throughout the year to spread awareness about what our love-ones are going through. 



From Lauren Book’s Rally in Tally 4/22/2015

  From Laurn Book's Rally in Tally 4/22/2015


Our organizations, Women Against Registry and WAR Family Foundation, do not support or condone illegal sexual activity based on state and federal laws, to include child or adult sex trafficking. We are not and have never been affiliated with any organizations that promote, support or condone sex between adults and minors.

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