Coalition for Parole Restoration (CPR)
Serving New York State Prisoners & Families
CPR, a 501(c)(3) organization, was created to inform, organize and bring to light all aspects of the prison industrial complex as it affects our communities, families and people in prison. Parole is one part of a larger issue that affects everyone. Our current primary focus is to obtain the just administration of parole for all prisoners.
CPR is committed to providing support and assistance to prisoners, former prisoners, their families and loved ones in dealing with prison issues and policies. CPR’s aim is to advocate for humane and fair prison conditions and policies that will contribute to the total “rehabilitation” of prisoners and help them to make a relatively smooth transition back into society and to their communities.
Membership entitles you to receive CPR newsletters, which are published four times (4x) per year, and notice of all CPR-sponsored meetings, rallies and events.
MEMBERSHIP AND DUES STRUCTURE
Membership will begin in the month that the membership dues are received and end in the same month the following year. Stamps are no longer accepted to pay membership dues):
- FAMILY OR INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP - $10.00 per year(person in prison included)
- PRISONER MEMBERSHIP - $1.00 per year
- BENEFACTOR MEMBERSHIP - More than $100.00 per year
SUBMISSIONS TO NEWSLETTER
If you would like to submit an article, poem, etc., to the newsletter, you should send it by email or US mail before the first of the month in which the newsletter is being printed. Submissions should be 750 words or less and we reserve the right to edit anything appearing in the newsletter. All works must be original. We will not publish anything without the permission of the author.
Coalition for Parole Restoration
P.O. Box 1379
New York, NY 10013-0877
Serving New York
State Prisoners & Families
Osborne Association operates a broad range of treatment, educational,
and vocational services for people involved in the adult criminal and
juvenile justice systems, including prisoners and former prisoners, their
children, and other family members.
Aids In Prison Project
A collect hotline for New York State prisoners
Family Resource Center
A toll-free information hotline for New York State prison
Transportation to prisons and many other resources!
"Injustice anywhere, is a threat to justice everywhere."
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Booklet of Legal Resources & Answers
Table of Contents
Civil Rights Acts
Plea Bargaining & Consequences
Glossary - Explanation of Legal Terms
Resources for Legal Help
Emergency & Personal Information
What to do if you are Arrested
For information or to order booklet, contact:
Marian Ferrell, Director • 34 So. Highland Ave • Ossining, NY 10562 • 914-941-0540
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