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  • 04/18/2019 7:52 PM | Anonymous

    The Sexual Offender Management Board is pleased to announce Certification/Re-certification/Refresher training for the STATIC-99R, STABLE-2007 & ACUTE-2007. (FLIER)

    This training will be provided at No cost to you. It will be available in the following locations:

    Pocatello - May 07 - 09, 2019

    Clarion Inn Pocatello

    1399 Bench Road

    Pocatello, Id 83302

    Phone: 208-637-6597

    Fax: 208-238-0225


    Moscow - June 11 - 13, 2019

    La Quinta Inn & Suites

    185 Warbonnet Drive

    Moscow , Id 83843

    Phone: 208-882-5365

    Fax: 208-882-5974


    Boise - June 24 - 27, 2019

    Correctional Industries

    “Sawtooth Room”

    1301 N. Orchard, Ste. 110

    Boise, Id 83706

    Phone: 208-577-5551


    Instructor: Jeremy Clark, LCPC

  • 03/02/2019 12:03 PM | Anonymous

    What follows is a list of the bills ATSA is tracking in U.S. state legislatures that affect individuals working with those who have sexually abused. We cast a wide net, so you'll see bills affecting licensing requirements for practitioners, as well as bills that relate to schools, state agencies, private businesses, mandatory reporting, and other related topics. More complete information is available at

  • 02/22/2019 9:30 AM | Anonymous

    From ATSA's Public Affairs Coordinator, Ann Snyder:

    It has come to ATSA’s attention that a company by the name of Converus is promoting a lie detection technology they have developed in a manner that implies that ATSA has provided them with members’ contact information and endorses their product. ATSA has not shared your contact information with them, nor does ATSA endorse this product.

    Their statements are misleading and false. ATSA has notified Converus of this issue and, if needed, will take legal action. If you receive any messages from them and would like to share your concerns, you can reach their sales people at   
  • 02/09/2019 7:28 PM | Anonymous

    ATSA selects articles from around the world to highlight issues related to sexual abuse. This is not meant to be a comprehensive list, nor does posting an article on this page denote ATSA’s support or defense of the information contained in the article. The goal of posting these articles is to give ATSA members an idea of public opinion, current trends, and media coverage of issues related to preventing and addressing sexual abuse.

    Asterisks denote articles in which ATSA is mentioned or ATSA members or staff are quoted. Articles are updated weekly and are removed from the page after 14-21 days. Check back regularly to see the latest news.


  • 02/09/2019 7:17 PM | Anonymous

    ATSA tracks proposed legislation in every U.S. state that has the potential to affect individuals who sexually offend and the professionals who provide treatment to those who have sexually offended or are at risk to do so. Many of the key bills we are following this year address practitioner certification requirements, registration reporting and residency requirements, and new classifications of crimes.

    Use this LINK to find proposed bills by state. Check back regularly to see the status of the bills that interest you.

  • 02/07/2019 7:21 PM | Anonymous
    ATSA is cooperating with the National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation and the Joshua Children’s Foundation Center on Child Sexual Abuse in a national survey of best practices to protect children in youth-serving organizations and out-of-home care from sexual misconduct and abuse.  

    We hope our U.S. chapters will share this survey with any appropriate individuals or organizations in your state. The survey takes only five minutes and is completely confidential and anonymous. Respondents can find the survey at the following link:

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