The following organizations are members of MCSOM and have the ability to vote on MCSOM decisions.
Cape and Islands District Attorney's Office
The Cape and Islands District Attorney's Office handles over 15,000 criminal cases a year, and houses a Sexual Offenders Management Unit which provides support and administration of sex offender management protocols in the district.
- Department of Children and Families (DCF)
The Department of Children and Families works to protect children from abuse and neglect by providing services that strengthen families.
- Department of Corrections (DOC)
The Department of Corrections assists in ensuring public safety by providing programming to manage offenders and ensure positive community reentry.
- Department of Public Health (DPH)
The MA Department of Public Health has a mission of "Helping People Lead Healthy Lives In Healthy Communities". DPH's Sexual Assault Prevention and Survivor Services Programs and Batterer Intervention Programs participate in MCSOM.
- Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA)
The Department of Transitional Assistance provides services to assist low-income families and individuals in ensuring a basic standard of living and improving their quality of life.
- Department of Youth Services (DYS)
The Department of Youth Services is the Juvenile Justice agency for the state with the dual mission of providing for public safety and rehabilitation through programs for youth that encourage positive behavior change.
- Enough Abuse
The Enough Abuse Campaign is a partnership of over two dozen organizations that works to prevent child sexual abuse and the development of sexually abusive behaviors in children.
- Jane Doe Inc.
Jane Doe Inc. is a coalition of 60 local member programs working together with our allies to find lasting solutions that promote the safety, liberty, and dignity for victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence. JDI works for social change to help create a world free of violence and abuse.
- Massachusetts Adolescent Sexual Offender Coalition (MASOC)
The Massachusetts Adolescent Sexual Offender Coalition is a coalition of professionals that work to prevent, treat, and manage sexually abusive behavior in children.
- Massachusetts Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (MATSA)
The Massachusetts Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers is an organization with over 100 members whose mission is to prevent sexual violence through the effective management of sex offenders.
- Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA)
The Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA) is an independent state agency devoted to upholding and advancing the rights of crime victims. MOVA advocates and assists victims of crime and service providers through direct service, outreach and training, legislative advocacy, provision of technical assistance and funding opportunities for other direct service organizations.
- Massachusetts Parole Board
The Massachusetts Parole Board grants parole and supervises parolees.
- Sex Offender Registry Board (SORB)
The Sex Offender Registry Board maintains a database of convicted sex offenders in Massachusetts.
The following organizations actively participate in MCSOM meetings but are not voting members. These include:
- Administrative Office of the Trial Court (AOTC)
The Administrative Office of the Trial Court provides services to and manages the trial court system in Massachusetts.
- Counseling and Psychotherapy Center (CPC)
The Counseling and Psychotherapy Center is an organization that specializes in sex offender management and treatment programs with 20+ program locations throughout the state.
- Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS)
The Committee for Public Counsel Services provides legal representation to indigent persons in criminal and civil court cases and administrative proceedings in which there is a right to counsel.
- Department of Mental Health (DMH)
The Department of Mental Health supports and provides access to mental health services in Massachusetts.
- Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS)
The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security works to ensure public safety through information sharing and the activities of its various departments.
- Governors Council to Address Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
The Governors Council to Address Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence advises the governor on matters regarding these issues, including sex offender management.
- Office of the Commissioner of Probation
Probation Departments are responsible for enforcing the court orders of offenders while using evidence-based methods to reduce recividism. In addition to public safety, probation officers provide protection and services to victims of crime.