Welcome to Humans on the Registry. We hope you find these snapshots of registrants’ lives insightful and even inspirational. All of our contributors have been convicted of some form of a registerable sexual offense. These offenses can range from youthful sexual activity to very serious convictions. Our storytellers have accepted responsibility for any past harm. They wish to reflect not only on the impact of being on the registry, but on what brings them happiness now: their accomplishments as well as their hopes and dreams. We’ve chosen to focus on each individual as they are now; not as who they were in the past or what they were punished for. They all have unique stories to share with you as humans who’ve been registered. We hope you will share their stories with others who might benefit from their journey and vision for the future.
As a registered citizen I was concerned about being on a public registry for life. I was concerned that I would be harassed at home and/or my vehicle would be vandalized. Fortunately, I have not had any personal safety issues. … Continue reading →
Well, I came home and I accepted my past mistakes. I moved on. In the past 11 years I have created a safe place for my rescue dogs. I originally came here to just rescue dogs, but found a greater … Continue reading →
Arrested in an undercover sting in the fall of 2013, I was completely unaware of how insane our country’s sex laws have become. It was like going thru the Looking Glass into a world where law was turned on its … Continue reading →
I am happily married and have one wonderful child. For most of my adult life I have been an information technology professional, endurance athlete and musician. My wife and I have shared many adventures such as living overseas, seeing the … Continue reading →
Today I’m a pastor running a community safe residential re-entry program for sex offenders. We have grown from a fledgling pioneer in sex offender re-entry to a well-respected organization recognized as experts in sex offender residential re-entry. By God’s grace, … Continue reading →