Watch a 5-minute video about the history of the sexual offense registry... Watch a 5-minute video about the history of the sexual offense registry, its far-reaching effects, and NARSOL‘s ongoing mission to do something about it: Tags: chronology historical background history of the registry how did we get here narsol sex offender registry sex offense registry sexual offense registry video Continue Reading Previous What is NARSOL?Next Video: Racial Disparities on the Sex Offense Registry 2 thoughts on “Video: The Sex Offense Registry – How did we get here?” Excellent video depicting a basic overview of sex offense laws. I personally would have preferred the use of the word “Registrant”, however given the context and potential general viewership, I totally understand. Thank you for the hard work in putting this together! Reply I understand your concerns and definitely struggled with finding a way to refer to people who were subject to these early forms of the registry, yet were technically neither “required to register” nor “registrants.” And since much of the legislation specifically used “sex offender”in the names of the legislation (which obviously couldn’t be avoided when referring to it) I finally resigned myself to using the terminology in the video. I get it… Person-first language is always preferable, but sometimes can be a little impractical. I appreciate the feedback, as always! – Michael Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Related Articles 1 min read Video Video: Why You Should Come to the 2021 Conference in Houston, TX 1 min read Video Video: Racial Disparities on the Sex Offense Registry 6 Video What is NARSOL?