Nonprofit or community organization
Last modified: March 30, 2012, 4:20 PM
Families Advocating Intelligent Reform (NJ FAIR) was established by a groups of volunteers in order to educate communities, neighbors, families, and the leadership in our towns, cities, counties, and state about the real issues and unintended consequences of our current sex offender laws. As a group, we are determined to support RFSOs (Registered Former Sex Offenders), their family and loved ones in order to assist them a quality of life deserving to anyone. We are here to support then in their quest for civil and human rights. NJ FAIR believes that once any offender has paid their debt to society, they are entitled to a second chance (not chance after chance after chance) and should be afforded the rights stated in the Constitution of the US and NJ.
Our main goals, after our support to RFSOs and their loved ones, are to become a successful resource of information for as many legislators, professionals and institutions as possible within New Jersey. We desire to expand our organization's membership by involving the public in addition to enlisting RFSOs and those who love and care for them. By being an all-inclusive organization, we can grow a fund raising task force that will be able to support our very aggressive goals. NJ FAIR is determined to build relationships with all the various forms of media in order to inform them about the lack of freedoms, civil and human rights of a RFSO and even their family. We are asking New Jersey leaders to look at current laws regarding Parole Supervision for Life, Public Registries, Civil Commitment and the use of Polygraphs in regard to sex offenders.