Welcome To Fair Treatment Reform and
Re-entry!!

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WELCOME

We have so much happening we would hate for anyone to miss anything- so please take your time and look around!!! Feel free to contact us at anytime! Thank you for your support and dedication!

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About Us

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About FTRR

Fair Treatment Reform and Re-entry is a nonprofit prisoner rights advocacy group specializing in parole reform, fair laws, fair treatment and re-entry. We are not a law group and cannot give legal advice. We do not charge for our services but donations are greatly appreciated. 

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OUR MISSION

Advocating. Fair Laws. Parole Reform. Re-entry.

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS

JAMES KRONENBERGER Founder

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I spent 25 years incarcerated and maxed out January 24, 2011. Shortly after release I was elected as President Of Ohio Cure then President of In The Name Of Justice until I organized Fair Treatment Reform and Re-entry. I wanted to form this organization to help a friend named Gerald Loomer who I knew was innocent but sadly died in prison. My main focus with this organization is to help the incarcerated who are stuck by cruel tactics of the parole board, assist in helping with medical issues and other unfair treatment. We also work with re-entry. 

JEANNA MIKULUS President

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I became a part of FTRR while researching how to bring awareness to my fiance's case- & joined FTRR during protests & events to learn & to also help those affected by incarceration. I was a follower/supporter & became a part of the executive board as Vice President. Recently, I was nominated to become President & I'm excited for this journey to keep passionately fighting for those who deserve a second chance!  Our Parole/Prison system is in much need of change & we will NOT stop til inmates are treated as human beings & not as animals! Many are wrongfully convicted, railroaded in the midst of corruption, old law & less likely to reoffend, and lots are convicted juveniles- no matter their case- they're continuously being flopped beyond their sentence! It's time to bring awareness to the malpractices within our Judicial system & I'm very anxious to do all I can to bring that awareness to society- the ones who have forgot- WE have NOT!!!! I believe in second chances- fairness- and that everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect! We all make mistakes- we're all criminals, some just never have been caught! Thank you everyone for your continuous dedication- together we must stand- UNITED as ONE!!! Together we can make noise!!

HEATHER WARNICK Vice President

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Hi, my name is Heather Warnick. I am currently the Vice President and a member of the Judiciary Committee for Fair Treatment Reform and Re-entry. I was introduced to this organization by my fiancé who is incarcerated at Mansfield Correctional in Mansfield, Ohio. He is a victim of the unjust and unfair practices of the Ohio Parole Board. When they gave him a 120 month flop for nothing more than “The Nature of the Crime”, I knew something needed to be done but honestly I felt so helpless and had no idea where to turn. My goal with this organization is simply to help others like myself be an advocate for their loved ones. Get their voices heard and help provide a pathway to re-entry that is fair, just, and follows guidelines. I believe in our mission and I believe that while the crime can never change… PEOPLE ABSOLUETLY DO!

BOBBI JO KARR Secretary

TERI CROSSAN Treasurer

Several years ago, a friend was giving a continuance and I was heartbroken. I couldn’t believe that would happen. I was going to find someone to help me fight this, because it wasn’t right.  I stumbled upon James and Amy having a meeting concerning this issue and knew right then I had found someone to help. Soon after, James formed FTRR and I knew I had to be a part of it.  I have learned so much and met so many wonderful people being part of FTRR. I wouldn’t trade it for the world. It’s been a rough road to follow but so worth the struggle.  I know where I belong.

BOARD MEMBERS

LYNETTE GRACE Victim Liaison

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Lynette Grace is from Columbus, Ohio. She has given talks at Waterloo University in Canada as well as a Breaking the Cycle of Violence organization in New York and London England. She has given testimony at the Ohio Senate as well as the Ohio House of Representatives regarding bills going through legislature. She is an advocate for the Fair Sentencing of Youth in Washington, D.C., and as advocated on Capitol Hill as well. She has been on the Forgiveness Project Panel in Minneapolis Minnesota. Her hope is to bring her stage play titled “A Crime of Forgiveness,” to the stage in 2020 as well as her book by the same name. She willingly goes to prisons, churches, schools, universities etc., wherever she is invited to share the story of forgiveness.

TASHA MCGOWAN Social Media Manager

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Hi my name is Tasha McGowan and I am the Social Media Liason for FTRR.  I became aware of FTRR thru my best friend who has been incarcerated since the age of 17 and is currently serving his sentence at Marion Correctional Institution- he was looking for someone that was willing to speak up on his behalf. The more I got involved with FTRR the more i appreciate everything they stand for.  With my position I can reach out to hundreds of people thru Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.  I look forward to fighting the fight in order to get our bill passed and the people that we help along the way. 

Joe Jones Public Relations Coordinator

 We are happy to announce we have a Public Realtions coordinator to add to our awesome TEAM! He is a very strong advocate fighting for the fairness and equal opportunity in our system! From fighting cutody battles, helping father's gain rights, fighting the DJFS and the corruption with our Penal system- to protesting outside for the lives of animals- he's definitely an individual who will bring get success and awareness to our organization! He is the the founder of Father lives matter LLC - and a member of Black Man Army. He's always on the frontline helping anyone in need! We are excited to bring him on board and are excited for his hard work he's bound to invest into FTRR! 

FTRR Facebook Pages!!

MAIN PAGE

FTRR on Facebook


Here you will stay up to date on all the happenings, events, and news of our organization and team members!

FTRR Prisoner Blogs

Visions From Prison!


This platform was created to give the incarcerated a chance for their own voices to be heard on the outside! Have an incarcerated loved one who may like to blog? have them send us a JPay request to ftrr.prisonerblogs@yahoo.com

Our Talk Show

The Voices of Reform Talk Show


Enjoy LIVE feeds every Sunday at 7:30pm EST of testimonies of the incarcerated!

Upcoming Events

8/3/2019

Columbus Conference

11am - 5pm

Whitehall United Methodist Church

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8/3/2019

Columbus Conference

Join us for a conference you won't want to miss out on! We have numerous workshops and speakers set in position to give you all the info you need and more to learn about how you can help us and help your incarcerated loves one!!!

11am - 5pm

Whitehall United Methodist Church

09/13/2019

CLEVELAND Protest

11am - 2pm

Cuyahoga County Justice Center- Lakeside Ave. Steps!

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09/13/2019

CLEVELAND Protest

Join us to protest the unfair practices within the parole/prison system- along with the inhumane conditions and corruption within the county jails! We need everyone to show up to show support for their incarcerated love ones!

11am - 2pm

Cuyahoga County Justice Center- Lakeside Ave. Steps!

9/21/2019

FTRR Appreciation Day

9am - 3pm

Indian Mound Rec 3901 Parsons Ave Columbus, Ohio 43207

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9/21/2019

FTRR Appreciation Day

We have a fun day in store full of fun and appreciation to our dedicated supporters! We will provide hot dogs and beverages! We reserved shelter #2! Looking forward to seeing everyone there! Great fun for the kids too!!!

9am - 3pm

Indian Mound Rec 3901 Parsons Ave Columbus, Ohio 43207

Downloads

The Parole Board Experience Questionnaire must be filled out by the inmate and returned directly to us from the prison or it will be discarded. This lets us know it came from the inmate and we have permission to use the information provided on the questionnaire.

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Fair Treatment Reform and Re-entry

Columbus, Ohio

614-404-4924 614-207-2407

Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: By appointment

Sunday: Closed

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Partners

The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio

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Sober Minded Ministry

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Ohio Justice & Policy Center

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Father Lives Matter LLC

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Unity In The Community

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Mathew 25:35 Ministry

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Dress For Success Columbus

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The Starts Within Organization

The Starts Within Organization