After the offender or alleged offender can demonstrate
that he/she has apologized directly to the victim(s), and the survivors feel
that the apology was sincere.
After the offender has made a public statement
acknowledging his/her relevant behavior.
After the offender has entered treatment with a licensed
psychotherapist who meets our criteria of someone specializing in sex offender
treatment, and can present a certified letter from this therapist stating
that "the individual is no longer a threat to those he or she preyed
After the offender has paid restitution to the survivor(s)
for the pain and suffering they have endured and also pays for counseling
for his/her victim(s).
- The offender agrees to sign a written statement stating they will not work (paid or volunteer) for any agency, organization or institution that has any connections with children, or what ever population the offender has victimize.
The alleged offender will need to be evaluated by a
licensed mental health provider (at their own expense) who meets our
criteria of someone who specializing in sex offender treatment.
The alleged offender will need to sign a release of
information form so that the licensed mental health professional can discuss
the case with us.
- The licensed mental health professional will need to send us a certified letter stating "the individual does not fit the criteria of someone who is a sex offender or fits the criteria of an individual with a sex addiction".