Membership of Quakers in Criminal Justice is open to all Quakers, whether or not they are in formal membership of the Society of Friends.
Members may be directly involved in criminal justice as professionals or volunteers, or they may be those who are concerned about the administration of justice in the UK and want to explore new thinking about mending the hurt caused by crime.
The annual membership fee is £20, with a concessionary rate of £10 for people who are unwaged; the fee for two people at the same address is £25. Local or Area Quaker Meetings can join as corporate members for an annual subscription of £35, entitling them to receive four copies of the newsletter and to nominate someone to attend the annual conference.
To apply for membership or for further information, please email email@example.com or fill out the Membership Form (DOCX) and optional Gift Aid Declaration (DOCX).