Joint Enterprise: Not Guilty by Association (JENGbA) is a grass roots campaign launched in 2010 by families wanting to highlight the abuse of the Joint Enterprise doctrine. We are currently supporting nearly 500 prisoners, men women and children, the youngest of which is 13 years of age. Almost 80% of JENGbA prisoners are from BME communities.
Joint enterprise is not about gangs, broken Britain and not about feral youth. It is a tool used by the police and CPS to imprison people to mandatory life sentences for crimes committed by others. JENGbA: common people, working towards a common cause, against a common law, that makes no common sense.
People may be charged when they have been in the vicinity of a crime or have some connection to the perpetrator, even via a text message or phone call.
You might not even have been at the scene.
JENGbA will campaign on behalf
of, and with those wrongfully convicted. If you've been affected by this issue, please contact us with your loved ones prison address and number and we will send a support pack notifiying them of the campaign.