Arkansas Time After Time

Making Things Better


P.O. Box #11491, Conway, AR. 72034

Arkansas Time After Time (ATAT) is an independent
legislative advocacy group dedicated to making communities
safer by raising awareness about the sex offender laws.

About Arkansas Time After Time

Arkansas Time After Time was established in 2010 under the volunteer leadership of Robert Combs with the simple mission to make things better. ATAT has since established professional relationships with a variety of support and advocacy organizations. An active member of the Public Policy and Law Subcommittee of the Central Arkansas Reentry Coalition, ATAT is also involved with Citizens for Legislative Change,, the Sex Offender Solutions and Education Network (SOSEN) and Arkansas Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants (CURE).

Radio Show:

Arkansas Time After Time hosts a weekly radio show called "It Could Be You". The show airs Wednesdays at 2:00pm on KABF 88.3fm out of Little Rock, Arkansas. We are always looking for ideas on show topics and guests. If you have any ideas or know someone who would make a great guest, please send us a message.

Listen Live to KABF 88.3fm

For those who listen to our broadcasts by live streaming on, you may be aware that the station is in need of new equipment. Please consider sending a donation to KABF so they can update their system. If you cannot afford a gift, at least contact KABF and let them know you are listening to our show and thank them for their generosity. Visit for information on how you can donate or mail your donation to:
2101 S. Main Street
Suite 200
Little Rock, AR 72206

The Time You Serve After You Serve Your Time

We believe that once individuals have served their time by either incarceration or probation, the current laws will likely prevent them from finding housing, securing employment, supporting their families, and participating in community life. Consequently, they are likely to commit another offense. We insist that this ugly cycle be broken.

~Arkansas Time After Time

ATAT's mission statement:

Our goal is to help make communities safer and to protect our kids. In order to do this, we must learn to differentiate between those truly dangerous repeat violent sexual predators and those who at some time in their past committed a sex-related offense, served their sentence, completed or are currently undergoing treatment, and are working hard to re-integrate into society.