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Narconon Public Safety Analysis and Fort Collins Police Records

...closure files document the impact a typical Narconon franchise has on a local community. To help ease the pain of translating the cop talk jargon in these records, please refer to our list of Police Communication Codes. Fort Collins Police Department Incident Reports, 2008-10 Police Report, Narconon Colorado, September 9, 2008 Police Report, Narconon Colorado, April 17, 2009 Police Report, Narconon Colorado, November 16, 2010 Fort Collins Police...

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Complaint to BBB, Narconon Fort Collins, September 8, 2011

...In this complaint, the parent of a former client alleges that son experienced emotional distress, memory loss, and required treatment for PTSD after undergoing scientology's training routines at Narconon Fort Collins. Narconon provided two robotic responses to the consumer's complaint....

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Complaint to BBB, Narconon Fort Collins, August 1, 2008

...The complainant received a promise from Narconon to send their son and his girlfriend to separate Narconon facility locations, due to their intimate relationship. Allegedly, Narconon did not live up to this agreement. The son and girlfriend were sent to the same location for detox where the girlfriend allegedly talked their son into leaving after only 4 to 5 days. Narconon refused to provide a refund. This complainant later filed a lawsuit against Narconon, found <a href="http://narcononreviews.net/lawsuits/megargel-v-narconon-southern-california/">here</a>. ...

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Complaint to BBB, Narconon Fort Collins, June 22, 2010

...The parents of this former client found the advertised success rate of 70% appealing on a Narconon website. When they learned that the Narconon program was based on the philosophies and teachings of L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of scientology, their son was immediately removed from the program. Narconon denied receiving a refund request. ...

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FTC Complaint, Narconon Fort Collins, March 26, 2012

...Parent drained IRA savings to send daughter to Narconon based upon lies and misrepresentations of the program by the referral person ( Josh Penn - later found to be an employee of Narconon ) and staff intake people. Daughter suffered weeks of pain during extended non-medical detoxification, left in bed and denied pain relief the majority of the time, only rarely given an an aspirin. Requests help in obtaining a refund....

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Narconon Survey Response #311

...This former client and Registered Nurse claims Narconon is pure scientology and a scam. Dr. Jonathan Singer tried to recruit her to work in his Denver office, She would like to see Narconon shut down by the government. ...

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Narconon Survey Response #275

...This former client of Narconon in Fort Collins, Colorado - "A Life Worth Saving" - describes the living conditions as filthy, the staff as sadistic and uncaring, and says he was abused mentally, and denied acesss to medical treatment, while his diabetes went uncared for. He suffered from sleep deprivation while at Narconon, and was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after he left. He pleads, "PLEASE SHUT THOSE FACILITIES DOWN!!"...

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Narconon Survey Response #231

...This former client of Narconon in Ft.Collins, Colorado was there for 98 days at a cost of $40,000. While he was there, he was diagnosed with walking pnuemonia, and reports that "the whole place was sick with an upper respiratory affliction that kept going from student to student." He relapsed 45 minutes after leaving, but is clean today. He credits "adopting the twelve steps and over 500 a.a. meetings" for his sobriety. ...

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Narconon Survey Response #262

...This former client of Narconon Fort Collins in Colorado, which also goes by several other names, paid $34,000 for the program and an additional $4000 for detox. He had a seizure after 21 days, requiring a trip to the emergency room, and says, "They took me off of all meds, cold turkey, and sent me home, that way i relapsed in two weeks and spent the next year in jail. Now with a year clean I'm in drug court." He credits Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous for his sobriety. He says the staff were all former clients, and were unprofessional and immature, and when asked if he would make the same choice today, knowing what he knows now, answered "Hell no. It does not work. Its a scam."...

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Narconon Survey Response #279

...This former client of Narconon in Fort Collins, Colorado and his insurance company paid $40,000 for him to attend. He is unhappy with the service and results because they were not what was promised when he entered. He says, "I learned about Scientology instead of receiving treatment for addiction. Treatment I spent $40,000 dollars for." He asks, "Whatever happened to full disclosure?" After he graduated, he worked for Narconon for several months, and is still owed $1500 which has still not been paid....

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