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2013
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Restorative Justice Portal
Correctional Service of Canada (Ottawa, Ontario).
This website provides access to information about restorative justice approaches for the Correctional Service of Canada. Points of entry are: services; victim offender mediation; Restorative Justice Week; National Ron Wiebe Restorative Justice Award; resources; and contact information.... Read More
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1 p.
2002
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Restorative Justice: Principles, Practices, and Implementation (Training Broadcast)
National Institute of Corrections Academy (Longmont, CO).
An introduction to restorative justice concepts, principles, and values is provided during this 32-hour distance learning program. Participants will be able to:
  • Recognize the traumatic impact of crime on victims, communities, and offenders and ways to be responsive to crime victims' needs and interests
  • Explain and evaluate the configuration, methods, and potential uses of various restorative practices
  • Identify several practical strategies for developing active partnersh... Read More
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2 computer disks; DVD-ROM
1998
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Perspectives on the Community Justice Process in Deschutes County, Oregon: Summary of Community Interviews Conducted October-November 1997
National Institute of Corrections. Community Corrections Division (Washington, DC). Community and Justice Solutions (Aloha, OR).
Interviews with 85 community members and policy makers indicate that most interviewees are enthusiastic about the community justice process and look forward to the full implementation of the system. This summary presents a statistical and descriptive report of the interviews, the interview format, responses to selected questions, and a list of the interviewees, and interviewers.... Read More
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46 p.
1997
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Competency Profile of Community Resource Liaison
By Wolford, Bruce. National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC).
This DACUM (Developing a Curriculum) profile was developed for the new area of Community and Restorative Justice. The DACUM technique is based on the premise that expert workers can describe their job better than anyone else, that any job can be described in terms of the tasks that workers in that occupation perform, and that the specific knowledge, skills, attitudes, and tools required for the job can also be described. This profile describes the nature of the job listed as Community Resource L... Read More
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7 p.
1997
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NIC Training Needs Assessment on Community Restorative Justice: Summary of Findings
LIS, Inc. (Longmont, CO); National Institute of Corrections Information Center (Longmont, CO).
A variety of executive, judicial, and victims' services agencies were surveyed regarding their involvement in, and training needs for, community restorative justice. Survey results from 158 responses are summarized in the following categories: 1. Profiles of the response sample; 2. Current levels of agency involvement; 3. Priority of survey-identified training needs; 4. Respondent-identified training topics; 5. Critical needs; and 6. General comments.... Read More
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10 p.
1996
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Community Justice: Striving for Safe, Secure, and Just Communities
National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC). LIS, Inc. (Longmont, CO); National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC).
Eight authors discuss changes occurring in criminal justice under the general theme of community justice. Topics discussed include restorative justice, acknowledging probation's multiple clients, the role of risk assessment, thinking differently about justice, community involvement, and neighborhood supervision. ... Read More
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45 p.
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