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Restorative Justice Training Jan. 21-22

December 8, 2009

A Restorative Justice Group Conference brings offenders face to face with the people that they have harmed.

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A Restorative Justice Group Conference brings offenders face to face with the people that they have harmed.

Together in a circle, the incident is discussed, agreements are made to repair harm that was caused, relationships are restored, and healing is facilitated.

RJ is widely used in the juvenile criminal justice system and is used at CSU as an alternative sanction in the conduct process.

Benefits you'll receive:

  • Learn about RJ & have the opportunity practice facilitating a RJ process
  • Great resource for those studying social work, criminal justice, education, etc.
  • Learn about CSU’s RJ program
  • Learn about opportunities for volunteering with CSU’s program as well as other Northern Colorado programs
  • Consider how the RJ philosophy can be utilized in many settings—your own life, working with kids, in a classroom
  • Learn/improve your group facilitation skills
  • Boost your resume

Restorative Justice Training Group Conferencing Model

The training consists of the following days/times:

  • 5:30 p.m.- 9 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 21, 2010 at LSC Rooms 213-215
  • 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Friday, Jan. 22, 2010 at LSC Rooms 214-216 

You must be able to attend both days of training.

If you’re interested and/or want more information, please contact Shay Bright.

You must pre-register. Sign up early as space is limited. Open to students, faculty, and staff. However, priority will be given to students.


Contact: Shay Bright
E-mail: shay.bright@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-7165