RSOL Georgia is now Re Store Georgia :

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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.


By Dave Miller | September 24, 2020 at 7:18 AM EDT – Updated September 24 at 7:18 AM MACON, Ga. (WALB) – A defendant arrested during “Operation End Game,” a multi-agency effort targeting and arresting…

Benjamin Jenkins exploited as many as 150 girls for his ‘perverse satisfaction,’ according to the US Attorney’s office. ATLANTA — Editor’s note: The above video is part of a previous investigation called “Selling Girls” that…

NARSOL’s Halloween project this year, developed and implemented by NARSOL and Connecticut’s One Standard of Justice, is an open letter in the form of a press release asking for the end to “red-dotting” the homes or listing the names and addresses of those listed on sexual offense registries. This is an insidious practice that has […]


Our next State Wide meeting will take place the first week of November via Zoom.  We have two opportunities for you to attend.  Sign up using the links below for one or both!

Thursday, November 5th – 7:00PM – 8:00PM

Saturday, November 7th – 2:00PM – 3:00PM

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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