News & Events 2017-09-14T18:02:10+00:00

News & Events

Learn more about CCJRC as we work to advocate and organize for public safety strategies that are more holistic, effective and just.

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CCJRC Annual Fundraiser, Mile High Station: September 27, 2017

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Greg and Karen Gulley     Howard and Bianca Lerman       Kayvan S.T. Khalatbari

Canvassing Project- Volunteer Opportunities

We are hosting a canvassing project throughout Fall 2017 to increase voter turnout among people who identify as Black, African, African American or Mixed Race in Aurora. Please come join us and help with this important project!! Call 303-825-0122 or email Alex Landau for more details.

Community Festivals

CCJRC tables at several community festivals, come join us and help spread the word. To volunteer, contact Pam at

Free Legal Clinics

The Colorado Criminal Defense Institute offers free legal clinics to help people with sealing, expungement, sex offender deregistration and orders for collateral relief.

Learn more about upcoming dates and locations.


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Media seeking information about the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition should contact:
Christie Donner, Executive Director
1212 Mariposa St., #6
Denver, CO 80204
phone: (303) 825-0122 ; cell: (303)-956-9603
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