Criminon—meaning without crime—is an international, non-profit organization dedicated to criminal rehabilitation and reform. Originally established in New Zealand in 1972, Criminon has been delivering courses and workshops to inmates and to clients and staﬀ involved in the correctional system in the United States since 1989. Criminon accomplishes its work through services that improve self-respect, relationship skills and break destructive habits.
Criminon services include basic life skills for those currently or formerly incarcerated, on probation, or on parole, enabling them to be ethical and contributing members of their communities and lead productive lives.
In addition to providing services to individuals, Criminon partners with personnel of correctional institutions for the delivery of the on-site Crimionon rehabilitation program. Criminon services further extend to police departments, juvenile facilities, and crime prevention programs—the full equation for a world without crime.
Criminon utilizes the highly effective secular works of author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard to help inmates gain a new level of ability to study, to comprehend and to restore their integrity and pride.