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Education registry  

The registry, the most comprehensive on the Internet, summarizes and links to each sex offender site.

CSOM "Myth or Fact" document  

Outlines many facts and myths about Sexual Offenders that you might not know.

Midwest City Police Citizen's Academy  
National Sex Offender Registry (NSOR) Identification Assistance Program  
Terry Schnure
phone:(860) 418-6390
fax:(860) 418-6496

The NSOR Assistance Program was initiated in FY 98 as a component of the National Criminal History Improvement Program (NCHIP). The NSOR implements a Presidential Order, dated June 25, 1996 by establishing a national sex offender registry, through a coordinated effort involving the FBI, the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (NLETS), and the States (which have primary responsibility for gathering data on sex offenders for use within the State and for input into the national sex offender registry system.

OSDH Sexual Assault Prevention Education Program  
Steve Nedbalek
, Oklahoma
405-271-4072 ext 57107
405-271-4072 ext 57144

A peer education program, in workshop format, designed to increase the understanding of issues surrounding sexual assault and reduce the likelihood of sexually assaultive behavior. Email may also be directed to

Oklahoma City Police Department Citizen's Academy  
Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET)  
Oklahoma Women in Law Enforcement  
Sex Offender Registry Information Center  

State by State Directory of Sex Offender Registries

Stop Sex Offenders  

A entensive site full of infomation from across the nation. It lists many of the registries from around the country. It also has many links and articles about protecting your family. Here is an exerpt from their site:
"You can view your state's sex offender registry; learn about child & family safety & child abuse; visit our Survivor and Stalker area; download a FREE copy of our exclusive "Child ID System", & much more! Talk to your children about dangerous situations...the more they know, the more prepared they'll be! Always keep your guard up, practice "what-if" situations with your children, and may you always keep safe!"

The Center for Sex Offender Management

Established in June 1997, the Center for Sex Offender Management's (CSOM) goal is to enhance public safety by preventing further victimization through improving the management of adult and juvenile sex offenders who are in the community. The Center for Sex Offender Management is sponsored by the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, in collaboration with the the National Institute of Corrections, State Justice Institute, and the American Probation and Parole Association. CSOM is administered through a cooperative agreement between OJP and the Center for Effective Public Policy.