We seek effective, fact-based sex offense laws and policies

which promote public safety, safeguard civil liberties, honor human dignity,

and offer holistic prevention, healing, and restoration.

Share helpful resources with registered individuals and their families

Network with other groups that support civil liberties and share the goal of safe and effective reintegration of individuals into society

Support programs which effectively prevent new sexual offenses through intervention and education

 

Collaborate with our legislators to increase public safety by reducing sexual offenses

Promote laws and programs that limit access to the registry to law enforcement only

MISSION

Monitor legislation that is introduced to the general assembly

Support litigation and legislation which removes or prevents retroactive increases in registration requirements and restrictions

 

Lobby against legislation that is ineffective in providing public safety, contributes to a false sense of security , or is punitive in nature

 

Advocate to limit post-prison civil commitment strictly to extraordinary cases where the state proves the person presents a danger to the community

Promote laws that replace lifetime supervision/parole with a system which includes ongoing assessments for termination of supervision

Promote healthy, trusting human interaction by replacing fear and panic with solid facts and reason

GOALS

WE BELIEVE

  • No sexual abuse is ever acceptable.

  • Sex offense laws and policies should be based on sound research and common sense, not fear, panic or paranoia.

  • Current laws and policies that paint all sex offenders with one broad brush, regardless of the offense, are counter-productive, wasteful and cause needless harm.

  • Each offense must be judged on its own merits with a punishment that fits the crime and does not waste taxpayers dollars.

  • The public sex offender registry and residency restriction laws do not protect children, but instead ostracize and dehumanize individuals and their families.

  • Money spent on purely punitive measures would be better used for prevention, healing and rehabilitation.

 

 

Link of Love

 

DE support Group for the Families

with an Incarcerated Loved One,
Prison Advocacy Support Team &
Partnership in Reentry

 

(302) 659.5633

bearwood59@live.com

ACLU of Delaware

 

American Civil Liberties Union

100 West 10th Street, Suite 706

Wilmington, DE 19801

(302) 654.5326

Affiliates

Contact Us

Phone  302. 635. 0468

Email  DARSOL17@yahoo.com

Address

  DARSOL

PO Box 9472

Newark, DE 19714