is an organization devoted to educating registered persons within the state of New Jersey, their family members, friends and supporters, as well as the general public regarding actions that affect the basic civil rights of registered persons in NJ. Our state currently has more than 15,000 individuals listed on The Registry of the New Jersey State Police -- www.state.nj.us
. The civil rights of many registered persons have been significantly harmed by existing laws, regulations, and policies within our Garden State. Examples range from the “inconvenience” of lifetime parole, lengthly registration terms, to death at the hands of a vigilante. Our website will report on actions taken within the state of New Jersey that affect the basic civil rights of registered persons, including but not limited to, legal and legislative actions. The website will also include first person stories of registered persons who have been harmed and/or report what is taking place in or near to where they live. NJ FAIR
is dedicated to providing accurate information to the public and to lawmakers about the relative risk levels and recidivism rates of registered persons.