Ce’s Story

My name is Sierah Joughin, or “Ce” for short. I was kidnapped while riding my bike in July 2016 by a repeat, violent offender in my community. While I may be gone, my story has only just begun.

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Spirit of Sierah Run

Thank you to all who joined us for the 2019 annual Spirit of Sierah Run. We look forward to seeing you all again next year!

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Sierah’s Law

Sierah’s Law officially became a law on December 19th, 2018! Click below to learn more.

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Our Mission Statement

Justice for Sierah, Inc. is a non-profit organization working to protect communities by implementing the Ohio violent offender registry, known as Sierah’s Law, in all 50 states. Our work also includes empowering our youth by establishing self-awareness and self-defense into school curriculum and communities through the Sierah Strong Program.

About Us

Justice For Sierah, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in honor of Sierah Joughin. “Ce” was abducted by a repeat violent offender while riding her bike in July 2016. Since then, thousands of Sierah’s friends, family and community members have come together to change the system that failed her.

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Today, Justice For Sierah is dedicated to educating the public on Sierah’s Law. This bill (S.B. 231), named in honor of Sierah Joughin, established a violent offender database in Ohio in 2018. We’re also passionate about several programs that make our communities safer: We started the Sierah Strong program, which empowers our youth with self-awareness and self-defense techniques. We also invested in the KidPrint ID program that creates personalized ID’s that feature the child’s photo, vital statistics such as height, weight, and hair color along with a fingerprint to help find a missing child. Our two fundraisers, Spirit of Sierah Run on October 19th, 2019 and our newest event, Sierah’s Birthday Soiree on February 8th, 2020, are the foundations of support to allow us to develop and launch Sierah Strong in Ohio schools, with our first efforts starting in our local community.  

Sierah’s dreams were cut short by a senseless, preventable act, but now we fight to make her new dream a reality: that no one in our community be threatened by repeat offenders ever again.