Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Conyers To Hear Adam Walsh Central Registry Reauthorization

Conyers To Hear Adam Walsh Central Registry Reauthorization

On February 15, 2011, in the U.S. House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security, hearing will be held to address the Reauthorization of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act in the 112th Congress, led by the second ranking member, John Conyers, Jr.

The timing is impeccable to address the issue of lack of due process in the placement and clearance of individual names from the Central Registry.

NEW YORK, NY, February 14, 2011 /EIN Presswire/ -- An important class action settlement was announced today that will help thousands of New Yorkers to return to work quicker. The settlement was reached with the Office of Children and Family Services ("OCFS") which operates the New York Statewide Abuse and Maltreatment Register. Before a person can work with children, the state law requires that employers must first obtain a clearance from the Register. Without a clearance, people can not work. The Register maintains a list of people who have been accused of maltreatment of children. Those who have been listed are entitled to a hearing to clear their names. However, sometimes hearings take more than a year to complete. While waiting for the hearings, people can not get jobs. When the hearings are finally held, up to 50 - 75% of the people are exonerated. 
Website: www.registryclassaction.com

Congressman John Conyers, Jr. Memorandum on Adam Walsh Reauthorization Act Hearing House Judiciary Subcommi...

Please call 
Congressman John Conyers, Jr. 
and thank him for 
fighting for our rights to due 
process in child welfare reform.

202- 225-5126
then call
or write:
2426 Rayburn H.O.B.
Washington, D.C. 20515
FAX: 202-225-0072

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  1. Hi, you're crazy. Bill Johnson is an exceptional man. What is your problem?

  2. My problem is there are state and federal audits and laws that say differently.

    If you believe Bill Johnson is such an exceptional person, then praytell, what is your first and last name, with direct contact information.

    I await your silence.

  3. If I thought it was a good idea to give such an obviously unstable person my first and last name, with direct contact information, I would do so. Not happening. You're nuts.

  4. So the still record stands.

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    I glad you love your son so deeply.