Events

 photo 7c29731a-c729-4af1-ba32-87ca8f59f6fe.jpg

Citizens for Criminal Justice will hold its fifth Annual BBQ on

September 10, 2016 - 11:00 am

 
All Members, donors and friends are welcome to attend.
Location: Fernald Park, Farmington NH.
Time: 11:00am - 5:00 pm
To RSVP and to acquire specific details please contact membership@ccjrnh.org
 
Feel free to bring a dessert, chips or salad type items to go along with the main course
NO Alcoholic Beverages Allowed
Suggested Donation $5.00 per person or $15.00 for a family
Door Prizes
Raffle
Auction Items
We are a non-profit 501(c)3 Corporation all donations are tax deductible.
Individual Annual Membership Fee: $10.00 or $20.00 Family
Email news subscription is free
 
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2016 Annual Meeting

 photo Post Card front 2016.jpg

We are pleased to announce our third Annual Meeting of our Membership for the year 2015

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: League of N.H. Craftsmen
49 South Main Street, Suite 100 | Concord NH 03301
2015 was our third full year since becoming approved as a 501(c)(3) Non-profit
As a member this is your Annual Meeting –
Come and meet your board and hear the latest legislative news
Additional Information: 603-832-1555
Email: info@ccjrnh.org

Come and hear about the latest news on Criminal Justice issues in the State of New Hampshire.  Receive the latest information on how the NH Supreme Court decision John Doe v. New Hampshire is developing into new law that may allow some registrants living crime free to get off the registry.  We will be providing detailed information on all new legislative bills that may become law and how these laws may impact inmates, parolees, ex-offenders and their families.  We will also be discussing plans to challenge the new passport identifier that President Obama recently signed into law.  We need you to be part of this meeting and we look forward to meeting you.

Annual reports will be given by our Founder Chris Dornin, Chairman, Dr. Robert Paradise, Secretary, Jeremy J. Olson, and Treasurer, Sandy McGonagle.  Members can cast a vote on various agenda items and everyone can take part in an informative Question & Answer session.

If you are not a member of CCJR and would like to attend, please contact us at
info@ccjrnh.org
Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform
P.O. Box 3942
Concord, New Hampshire 03302-3942
Coffee and Donuts will be Served -
Check this website for updates and any storm cancelations -
Storm date is March 22nd - same time
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CCJR 4th Annual BBQ - August 30, 2015
Watch the album below or for a larger view click this link:
 
http://s945.photobucket.com/user/trains23107/slideshow/CCJR%20BBQ%202015

Members and friends of Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform attended the 4th Annual BBQ for food and fellowship, news and updates. Donations and receipts from our raffle and auction brought in  $828.00. After expenses we made a profit $530.45

 

 photo 194de0c2-1c31-4370-9743-0265149aef47.jpg

August 30, 2015 - 2:00PM

See Events Page or Click above for Additional Details

Citizens for Criminal Justice will hold its fourth Annual BBQ on Sunday afternoon August 30th, 2015
All Members, donors and friends are welcome to attend.
Time: 2:00 - 5:00 p.m
Location: Londonderry, NH. 
To RSVP and to acquire specific details please contact info@ccjrnh.org
Door Prizes
Raffle
Auction

___________________________________________

Update on our

2014 Annual Meeting

Held on March 17, 2015

The meeting was held at the N.H. League of Craftsman building, 49 South Main Street, Concord, NH. We had approximately 32 members and guests in attendance.   Report booklets were distributed containing the reports of our Chairman, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and Founder.   Our Chairman reminded us that in January of 2011, CCJR started with just 5 people sitting in a room.  Currently have a total of 282 members, comprised of 136 inmates, 25 Life-Time members, and 2 organization members.   The balance is made up of individual and family memberships. N.H. Representative Max Abramson gave a brief update on the Chad Evans exoneration efforts and Attorney Michael Iacopino reported on the recent N.H. Supreme Court Decision, John Doe v. NH declaring that the sex offender public registry is a retroactive punishment for lifetime registrants who did their crimes in 2005 or earlier. See articles posted back  in late February. http://www.ccjrnh.org/sex_offender_news

Copies of the annual report can be received by US Mail for a five dollar minimum donation. Contact:  info@ccjrnh.org  - The following photos are from the meeting -

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 photo untitled_zpsd3ac36d9.png

We are pleased to announce our second Annual Meeting of our Membership
Tuesday, March 17th, 2015
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: League of N.H. Craftsmen
49 South Main Street, Suite 100 | Concord NH 03301
2014 was our second full year since becoming approved as a 501(c)(3) Non-profit
As a member this is your Annual Meeting – Come and meet your board.
Additional Information: 603-832-1555
Email: info@ccjrnh.org

Come and discover what CCJR accomplished in 2014, and hear the latest news on Criminal Justice issues in the State of New Hampshire.  Receive the latest information on the recent Supreme Court decision John Doe v. New Hampshire.  Listen to reports on proposed legislation for 2015 and the impact these bills will have on every NH Citizen, inmates, parolees, ex-offenders and their families.  Annual reports will be given by our Founder Chris Dornin, Chairman, Dr. Robert Paradise, Vice Chair, Kate Kirkwood,  Secretary, Jeremy J. Olson, and Treasurer, Sandy McGonagle. Members can cast a vote on various agenda items and everyone can take part in an informative Question & Answer session.

If you are not a member of CCJR and would like to attend, please contact us at
info@ccjrnh.org
Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform
P.O. Box 3942
Concord, New Hampshire 03302-3942
Coffee and Donuts will be Served -
Check this website for updates and any storm cancellations -
Storm date is March 18th - same time

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Update on Public Meeting with Commissioner Wrenn

January 20, 2015

Special thanks to DOC Commissioner William Wrenn for agreeing to meet with the members and friends of NH Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform.  Approximately 45 people gathered at the Concordia Lutheran Church Tuesday, on January 20th, representing a multiplicity of concerns surrounding their incarcerated loved one. Commissioner Wrenn listened and responded to each and every inquiry and stated that he has an open door policy inviting any family member to call him with issues or concerns.  We appreciate the cooperative spirit of the Commissioner and look forward to working with him in the future.

 photo 7346bcf7-15c7-4080-8493-baf4b96fd21c_zps90f89ffc.png photo 3a95638e-db62-485f-8358-f43a5c3b6a3a_zps896884d0.png

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Announcement

Special Public Meeting

with

DOC Commissioner William L. Wrenn

and

Inmate Family Members

 

Sponsored and Moderated

by

Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform 

When:      January 20th - 7:00 p.m.

Where:     Concordia Lutheran Church - 211 N. Main St., Concord, N.H.

Who:        Family & Friends of Inmates Welcome

Commissioner Wrenn has graciously agreed to meet with Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform and inmate family members to discuss programming concerns within the NH State Prison.  This meeting is sponsored and moderated by CCJR-NH.  Family members can submit questions to be asked or topics to be raised by sending them to info@ccjrnh.org or by calling (603)832-1555.  Please indicate if you have a specific inmate concern and if you would like to ask your own question or have it presented by CCJR.  If a family member is willing; a few specific examples may be chosen to illustrate the basis of the concern or issue being addressed. 

Updates:

As the date approaches, please check this announcement for updates and additional information concerning the meeting.  Weather related cancellations, and or postponement shall be posted within 18 hours of the event.

CCJR  Ÿ-  PO BOX 3942  Ÿ- Concord, NH 03302 -  603) 832-1555  Ÿ--  www.ccjrnh.org  Ÿ  info@ccjrnh.org

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 photo d0d8f522-e176-46cf-b9ef-7df9c0521db2_zps011ffb5f.jpg

Citizens for Criminal Justice will hold its third Annual BBQ on Saturday afternoon September 27th, 2014
All Members, donors and friends are welcome to attend.
Time: 2:00 - 5:00 p.m
Location: Londonderry, NH. 
To RSVP and to acquire specific details please contact info@ccjrnh.org
Door Prizes
Raffle
Auction

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2013 Annual Meeting

Held on March 18, 2014

Update

Special thanks to everyone who helped make our very first annual meeting a huge success.  We had approximately 30 members and guests in attendance. Our board officers reported on our efforts and successes since our inception. The meeting was held at the N.H. League of Craftsman, 49 South Main Street, Concord, NH. Report booklets were distributed containing the reports of our Chairman, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and Founder.   It was reported that we currently have over 100 members, 21 of whom hold Life-Time membership status. Copies of the annual report can be received by US Mail for a five dollar minimum  donation. Contact:  info@ccjrnh.org  - The following photos are from the meeting -

 photo AnnualMeetingHighlights_zps62b1be85.jpg

 </p />
</p><p>photo IMG_0799_zpsa59ff9ab.jpg photo IMG_0782_zps3779e754.jpg  photo SANY6751_zps9bdc8dac.jpg photo SANY6750_zpsd1b1d4fa.jpg photo IMG_1699_zps9d4db9bd.jpg photo IMG_0807_zpsca7f6792.jpg photo IMG_0805_zps7d8c6d33.jpg photo SANY6753_zpse6769fe0.jpg photo c42b207a-39a5-40c6-8569-f92a7aad16db_zpsc43a2531.jpg photo SANY6759_zps35bbc544.jpg photo IMG_0810_zpsa083dc3d.jpg photo IMG_0808_zpsead2084a.jpg photo IMG_0812_zps6591f255.jpg photo IMG_1689_zps163ae522.jpg

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ANNOUCEMENT

2013 Annual Meeting Invitation

March 18, 2014

 photo untitled_zpsd3ac36d9.png

We are pleased to announce our first Annual Meeting:
Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: League of N.H. Craftsmen
49 South Main Street, Suite 100 | Concord NH 03301
2013 was our first full year since becoming approved as a 501(c)(3) Non-profit
As a member this is your Annual Meeting – Come and meet your board.
Additional Information: 603-832-1555
Email: info@ccjrnh.org
 
Come and discover what CCJR accomplished in 2013, and hear the latest news on Criminal Justice issues in the State of New Hampshire. Receive the latest updates on proposed legislation for 2104 and the impact these proposed bills will have on every NH Citizen, inmates, parolees, ex-offenders and their families. Reports will be given by our Founder Chris Dornin, Chairman Dr. Robert Paradise, Secretary Jeremy J. Olson, and Treasurer Sandy McGonagle. Members can cast a vote on various agenda items and everyone can take part in an informative Question & Answer session.
If you are not a member of CCJR and would like to attend, please contact us at
info@ccjrnh.org
Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform
P.O. Box 3942
Concord, New Hampshire 03302-3942
Coffee and Donuts will be Served -

Check this website for updates and any storm cancelations -