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Restorative Justice is an age-old practice used throughout the world, by many different cultures and societies that focus on addressing the needs of the victims, offenders, and the community.
What sets Restorative Justice apart from the traditional American legal system is that it gives the victim and community direct involvement in the reparative process and encourages offenders to take responsibility for their actions.
Many people do not realize that they have likely experienced the Restorative Justice process in their lives. From the little leaguer who breaks a neighbor’s window and apologizes and pays for the damage, to students performing community clean-up after a school prank, Restorative Justice takes on many forms, but is quite common in everyday life.
Though there is not one set blueprint for how to employ Restorative Justice, often the process involves four key steps:
To learn more about the conference, visit www.restorativejusticenow.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 419-277-0568.
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