This is the year to take a stand for our children. Let Congress know you want the laws changed—now!
Make a Difference
Print and send a letter to your representatives!
You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the contract. Download it here.
You can find your governor's mailing address by visiting .


You can e-mail it directly by copying the letter below into a personal e-mail. Free free to edit and personalize it! You can find your governor's e-mail address on . Then hit send!

Your voice will be heard, and it does make a difference. Thank you! Now, send a letter to your governor!

Dear Senator
Dear Senator:

As your constituent, I am writing this letter to urge you and your colleagues to act swiftly to fully fund the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act. The provisions of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act must be funded now so that law enforcement can protect children and communities from the scourge of convicted sex offenders:

I urge you to fully fund all of the mandates within the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act. I am particularly concerned about the following:

1. To implement an effective and comprehensive national registry database and website of sex offenders. 2. To build capacity in the federal law enforcement system to enable law enforcement to track and capture noncompliant sex offenders and bring them to justice. 3. To implement a national DNA database so that law enforcement can accurately and promptly verify DNA evidence.

Citizens must have access to accurate and timely information regarding convicted sex offenders living in their community. The 50 states and the federal government must be afforded adequate resources to build and maintain an effective national sex offender database. A national sex offender database is a critical safeguard to protect America’s children and with each passing day that the provisions of this law are not funded, the danger to children is heightened. When information about the identity and whereabouts of convicted sex offenders is not accessible, accurate and verifiable, our communities are at grave risk.

I strongly urge you to act now to fund the mandates passed in the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act so that our children are kept safe from these dangerous predators and law enforcement has the necessary investigative resources.

Thank you for your attention to this urgent request.

FROM: Kidnapped As a Child: Why I Didn't Run
Published on February 15, 2007


Next Story