Thank you for helping qualify Jessica's Law, the Sexual Predator Punishment and Control Act of 2006 for the ballot! We turned in 713,787 signatures accross the state and have qualified for the November 2006 ballot as Proposition 83.

In the News...

Proposition 83 will help keep sex offenders off valley streets
Money shouldn’t be an object when it comes to safety
November 1, 2006
The Desert Sun

There are few things more reprehensible than sexual assaults or sexual offenses, especially when they...(Continued)

Prop. 83 (Jessica's Law) will defend kids
October 22, 2006
By: Antelope Valley Press


Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Democratic challenger Phil Angelides are butting heads over many issues during...(Continued)


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Press Releases

League Of California Cities Endorse Prop 83-Jessica’s Law
September 13, 2006

SACRAMENTO – The League of California Cities has voted unanimously to endorse Proposition 83-Jessica’s Law...(Continued)

Jessica's Law has strong support
Field Poll Shows Prop 83 is supported by nearly a 7-1 margin
August 2, 2006

Sacramento Bee Reports:  
 
The Field Poll targeted five major propositions on the...(Continued)


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California has currently 63,000 registered sex offenders. One in every four sex offenders in California are currently missing.

How can we protect our children if we don’t even know where the sex offenders are?

That's why we propose the most comprehensive sex offender punishment and control reform that will be the toughest sex offender law in the nation. Jessica’s Law will:

  • Ensure that all child molesters who molest children under the age of 14 are put into a prison with a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years or 25 years to life. Closes all loopholes in California’s “one-strike” laws.
  • Eliminate all “good-time” credits for sex offenders ensuring that these sex offenders are required to serve their entire sentence and will not be released for good behavior.
  • Electronically monitor convicted sex offenders for life, if they are ever released from prison, through GPS tracking.
  • Create a 2,000 foot “predator-free” zone around schools and park to prevent sex offenders from living near where our children learn and play.
  • Please click on the fact sheet to see the other provisions of Jessica’s Law that will protect our children. Current Law v. Jessica’s Law Fact Sheet

Our kids deserve the protection of the toughest sex offender and punishment law in the nation. Please join us today.

 

 

Yes on 83
Campaign for Child Safety, Jessica's Law 2006
921 11th Street, Suite 400
Sacramento, CA 95814
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