Sex Offenses Resource Links
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
ATSA is an international, multi-disciplinary organization dedicated to preventing sexual abuse through effective assessment, treatment and management of individuals who have sexually abused or are at risk to abuse.
Washington Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
The Washington State chapter of ATSA, WATSA offers resources in regards to sex offender evaluation and treatment.
The Freedom Project
The Freedom Project teaches Nonviolent Communication and mindfulness seminars to men and women in Washington prisons and those who return to society from prison.
Once Fallen is an online resource with information for those seeking to reform or abolish certain sex offender management laws, including sex offender registries, community notification, residency restrictions and more.
Reform Sex Offender Laws, Inc.
Reform Sex Offender Laws, Inc. advocates for laws that target harmful acts rather than entire classes of people, promotes limiting the sex offender registry access to law enforcement agencies only, and supports removal of residency and proximity restrictions against registrants.
Washington Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs
Registered Sex Offender Resource Center
The Washington Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs web site has a number of resources for sex offenders, including their Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Model Policy.
Washington Indeterminate Sentence Review Board
The Washington Indeterminate Sentence Review Board is responsible for making decisions regarding which sex offenders convicted since September, 2001 of offenses with indeterminate sentence will be released and which will remain in prison.
Center for Sex Offender Management
Frequently Asked Questions about Sexual Assault and Sex Offenders
The Center for Sex Offender Management is a national clearinghouse and technical assistance center that supports state and local jurisdictions in the effective management of sex offenders. CSOM synthesizes and disseminates research and effective practices to the field.
Office of Justice Programs, Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking (SMART Office)
The SMART Office was authorized by the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 to administer the standards for the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Program set forth in the Adam Walsh Act and to provide technical assistance and grant funding to state, territorial, tribal and local governments to implement the SORNA requirements.
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
The CDC Division of Violence Prevention’s mission is to prevent injuries and deaths caused by violence by monitoring violence related injuries, conducting research on the factors that put people at risk of violence, creating and evaluating violence prevention programs and helping state and local partners implement those programs.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children serves as the national clearinghouse on issues related to missing and exploited children, and is authorized by Congress to perform 22 programs and services to assist law enforcement, families and the professionals who serve them.
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
888-998-6423 24-Hour Resource Line
The King County Sexual Assault Resource Center provides sexual assault related services for people of all ages in King County, Washington, with the ultimate goal of eliminating sexual violence and abuse from our communities. KCSARC is an interdisciplinary organization that works collaboratively with legal advocacy, public policy development, treatment services and prevention programs.
Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
The Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs is a nonprofit organization that works to unite agencies around the state involved in the elimination of sexual violence. WCSAP offers training, information and technical expertise to their members who provide support to victims and their family and friends.
Lifewire, formerly Eastside Domestic Violence Program
Lifewire provides domestic violence services and programs to help victims and their children separate safely from an abuser, restore trust, develop self-sufficiency and build peaceful families.
Domestic Abuse Women’s Network (DAWN)
Over the last 32 years, DAWN has provided community and shelter based services to more than 350,000 survivors of domestic violence. Their mission is to lead and support efforts in south King County to end domestic violence by providing services and education for survivors.
Harborview Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress
The Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress provides services to persons impacted by sexual assault and other traumatic events, with a goal of providing high quality, effective and culturally respectful care.