House Bill 194 Stalls in Senate Thanks to the overwhelming response by Restore Georgia and its constituents, the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and Southern Center for Human rights, House Bill 194 was tabled by the Senate. The session ended at Midnight on 3/31 with this bill NOT being heard! Learn more about HB194 Fearless Virtual Support Group
For registrants and their families
Next Meeting:
Thurs April 22 @ 6:30pm
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Our mission is to serve as a collective voice for those impacted by sexual offense laws in the State of Georgia.


We plan to facilitate Fearless groups to provide a strong community for persons who find themselves marginalized and ostracized by our society at large.


We closely monitor proposed legislative changes and have testified before committees considering changes to sexual offense legislation.


We aim to have an extensive research library with links to best practices, peer-reviewed studies, and recidivism rates that policymakers can refer to when crafting legislation.

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Thursday, April 15th – 7:00pm

Restore Georgia holds online meetings that are open to the public every other month on the third Thursday of that month at 7:00pm.  Topics include changes to laws impacting people on the registry, news from NARSOL, and general questions and answers.
You can sign up for the next Bi-monthly meeting by clicking here.

Thursday, April 22nd – 6:30pm

Fearless, a unique community group for persons on the registry and their families takes place on the fourth Thursday of every month at 7pm.
You can sign up for the next Fearless meeting by clicking here.

Georgia Registry Breakdown

Data as of March 2021

Risk Level

Leveling - State Wide


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Georgians on the Registry
Qualifying Offenses
% of prison time a person with a sexual offense will serve
Collateral consequences of a criminal record
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