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The Road to the Registry

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by L.A. Smith  CA Canada

July 16, 2022   |    438 views    |   1 review

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The Road to the Registry by L.A. Smith. Book coverSince 2015, two women from Clinton County, Pennsylvania want to see the state’s child abuse registry be no longer private and are fighting to open it just as the sex offenders’ registry is for the public under Megan’s Law.

Donna M. Kshir and Lee 'Cougardawn' Roberts, both grandmothers, want people to be able to search offenders by name and location. The grandmothers are seeking legislation to become law that would require the State Police to open the current private computerized database of individuals convicted of child abuse offenses in the state, including their name, date of birth, the tier of the crime, and the location the crime took place which is often needed to find court records.

The two have been documenting their journey on 'The Daily with Donna' podcast that airs exclusively on Anchor FM and Spotify. This is their story...

Author's Note: 
Long-time Child Advocates Donna M. Kshir and Lee ‘Cougardawn’ Roberts dedicate their time, resources, and energy to help protect children from abuse and save lives. They work tirelessly to educate the public and help prevent child abuse. They are not afraid to stand up and speak out on behalf of children who cannot speak for themselves. They are two of the most dedicated people I have ever met. I am so proud to call them my friends and sisters. We have volunteered together since 2008 on multiple projects in the non-profit sector. Our common goal is to protect children. This book is part of their journey on The Road to the Registry. I hope you will get involved and support Donna and Lee by signing the petition. Become involved in your local communities. The children are counting on all of us!

Reviews

Charles Pick | Highly Recommended!! | August 2, 2022
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These women are incredible! Thank you three for being a voice for children. I highly recommend you follow their journey to open the Central Registry. They have a blog on Medium, a video blog on YouTube and podcast, The Daily with Donna. Kudos ladies ✌️


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