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CONCORD MONITOR: Prisoner rights advocates push for audit of state’s sex offender treatment program - Nov 28, 2015

A group of New Hampshire lawmakers is requesting an audit of the state’s sex offender treatment program to address a purported backlog of inmates awaiting mandatory psychosexual therapy.

Chris Dornin, founder of Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform-New Hampshire, said dozens of incarcerated sex offenders are currently approaching their minimum release dates but will be ineligible for parole because they haven’t yet begun treatment, which can last up to 18 months.

Sex registry questioned after prep school grad's conviction

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A graduate of an elite prep school who was convicted of having sexual contact with a 15-year-old classmate as part of a game of sexual conquest will be required to register as a sex offender for life, a punishment his lawyer likens to being branded and legal experts and reform advocates say exceeds the crime.

CCJR 4th Annual BBQ Slide Show

CCJR 4th Annual BBQ Slide Show - August 30, 2015

To view photots of our fourth annual BBQ see

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

Tell senators the budget is terrible crime policy

By CHRIS DORNIN, Laconia Citizen, Guest Columnist | May 03, 2015
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