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We now only produce newsletters twice a year, as opposed to every two months when we started off. The newsletters online have exactly the same content as the printed newsletters sent out to members, although the formatting may differ slightly for the sake of readability.
Newsletter Twenty six October 2011 PDF only; Polls confirm Sensible Sentencing in tune with the public; Thank You to Members; Members Letter; Families and Public deserve better; Journey for Deano; Colmar Brunton Poll; Election Wish List; Justice Hot Tub; 2008 Election Wins; Thumbs up/ thumbs down; Penal System; He's no Hero; Cumulative/Concurrent Sentences; Justice - Book Review; Youth Offending; Members Letters; Justice Campaigner; David Fraser Tour; Golf Tournament
Newsletter Twenty five May 2011 PDF only; Win For Victims, When Rights Are Wrong, Another 1% for Victims, Who Holds The Goalposts, Zero Tolerance Even More Effective then Three Strikes, Child Crime Soars, Thums Up/ Thumbs Down, Bail - Long Awaited Review, The Cost of Bail to Society, Justice and Badlands - Members Special, Obituary, A big Thank You
Newsletter Twenty four November 2010 PDF only; An Amazing 2010 - An Exciting 2011; Getting Away with Murder?; "Salute Kiwi Cops" Need You!; Justice for Catherine; Victims Rights Conference Wellington 2010; The Cost of Crime to Society; Killers Life of Crime; Thumbs Up and Down - Our Members Have Their Say; The Sensible Sentencing Trust Soiree; Golf February 11th, 2011; From Our Members; Penguin Group NZ to Publish Book; Thank you
Newsletter Twenty three May 2010 PDF only; Chairmans' Report - Positive Steps towards a safer society and saving our nation; Victims Rights High on the Agenda; Why Restorative Justice Concerns Me by Kristine Johnston; Trial for Muder or Character Assasination and Revictimisation of the Victim....You Decide; Forget the Offender - Three Strikes is for the Victims; Crime Doesn'tPay - Yeah Right; Judge This!; Charities Commission; Golf Tournament; Our Members Have Their Say; Thank you
Newsletter Twenty two November 2009 PDF only; Chairmans' Report ; Courts On Trial; Right To Silence; Are Victim Impact Statements a Farce?; Victim's Rights Conference Taupo 09; Parole and the Effect on Families; Law and Order; Legal Aid - Is It Being Abused?; Research; 2010 Golf Tournament; Urgent - National Playing Very Dangerous Game; Our Members Have Their Say; Thank you
Newsletter Twenty-one May 2009 PDF only; Chairmans' Report ; Identifying the Drivers of crime; We can no longer share her dreams; Why is no-one accountable?; Judith Collins and her Vision for corrections; Youth against Crime; Strong Justice is Good Justice; Legal aid Blow-out; Susan is still waiting; 2009 golf Tournament; Thank you
Newsletter Twenty September 2008 PDF only; NZ A Land Fit for Criminals - why?; Sentencing Council Sham; Murders, murders, murders; Thank You; Golf Tournament
Newsletter Nineteen May 2008 (PDF only) Chairman's report-Optimistic!; The Travesty of Bail; Proactive Mayors, Advancing Victims' Rights Conference 2008, NZ a land fit for Criminals, No Tools in the Tool Box, Christchurch Police draw "line in the sand", The Liberal Disaster, Ida Hawkins, Thumbs Up/Down, Select Committees, Alarming Teenage Crime figures, Three Strikes Will Save Lives, 2008 Golf Tournament, Our Memebers have their say, Thank You
Newsletter Eighteen November 2007 (PDF only) Strength to Strength, Reclaim our Streets, Tough prisons work, Three Strikes, SST in Arizona, Accountability, Soft Options/ Toughen Up, Advancing Victims Conference 2007, Is Government funding failure, Youth Offending, SST in 2008, Fundraising Day
Newsletter Seventeen May 2007 Who speaks for Susan? A Land Fit for Criminals, Where is the Justice? Our Courageous Victims, Lois Dear Memorial, NZ sadly lacking leadership, Election 2008, Trust of the Year, Thank you
Newsletter Sixteen November 2006 Cradle to Jail Tour, What We Do, Thanks to You, Fundraising, Relocation
Newsletter Fifteen May 2006 Bail blunders that kill, Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Tent City Jails, the impact of Political Correctness on Policing, the success of USA Reforms and increased sentences, and the trauma inflicted on the father of a victim
Newsletter Fourteen November 2005 Our future is in your hands, Help us make History, Mother's cry for Justice, Burning baby's screams ignored
Newsletter Thirteen May 2005 Black Day for Victims Rights, Criminals rights come first, Parole must be earned, Wanted... More Police, Thanks for all your support, Home Detention Flawed, Financial Support Vital, Doing Porridge? No.... Venison Steaks!!!
Newsletter Twelve November 2004 Our Campaign on Track, Compo crim, seven year old mourns murdered grandad, Nats to target career crims, Red Raincoat NZ Trust, Do the crime - Do the time, Meetings, In the Dead of the Night, A sensible gift.
Newsletter Eleven May 2004 Our campaign, our pledge, our song, Phil Goff explains parole, victim's mother disgusted, Napier Council makes History, Child killer released, Flowers, Law and Order Meeting, Big Prize up for grabs, and a heartfelt THANK YOU from the webmaster.
Newsletter Ten November 2003 SST in Parliament, DNA a powerful tool, Parent's responsibility to control children, Sex Offenders Register, Attempt to ban SST, Parents warned "three strikes and you're out", Parole Board Blunder.
Newsletter Nine May 2003 Positive Steps Forward, Cost of Parole, DNA Submission, Legal Aid, Prison, a view by Wendy Pedler, Letters, and Rights of Victims re Parole.
Newsletter Eight November/December 2002 Hard Yards, Justice Issues, Regional Reports, AGM.
Newsletter Seven June/July 2002 Pre-Election - Memorial March, word from Garth.
Newsletter Six April/May 2002 Prevention rather than Cure, Rita's Story, Setting Standards by Sir Russell Pettigrew, Life Means Life by David Garrett, This Works - Angus Dellow, the Law and Order Referendum,
Newsletter Five November/December 2001 Submissions, New Members, SST Future, Party Policy Briefs
Newsletter Four October/November 2001 Our first submissions on two Bills, more comments from politicians.
Newsletter Three August/September 2001 Our first formal AGM, comments from politicians
Newsletter Two June/July 2001Our 2nd big public Meeting, our first venture to Wellington....
Newsletter One April/May 2001After our first conference at Riverlands
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