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Restorative Justice Overview (MIRJ)

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Adriana Elliot

on 17 February 2014

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Transcript of Restorative Justice Overview (MIRJ)

Perpetrators/Responsible Parties:
Take responsibility
Explore own emotions and behaviors
Understand repercussions of their actions

Victims/Affected Parties and/or Representatives:
Are open to dialogue
Describe their own emotions and responses
Collaborate to find a reasonable and fair solution

Provides support
Engages in the process
Participates in and monitors agreement

Are impartial to all parties
Work to achieve justice for all
Monadnock Initiative for Restorative Justice - MIRJ:
Restorative Justice Overview

Five Rs of Restorative Justice:

Who does what
Restorative questions
The perpetrator/responsible party has already admitted some wrongdoing...

The facilitators may ask:

What happened? What harm was done?

Who was affected? How? How do you think
that made them feel?

What should be done to heal the harm?
Restorative Justice...
Is different from traditional discipline.
Is less convenient.
Requires more up-front time.
Teaches skills, such as problem solving and effective communication.
Models pro-social behavior.
Promotes empathy.
Can provide affected parties greater satisfaction.
Reintegrates responsible parties into the community.
Reduces recidivism.
It is natural for us to withdraw from someone
we are in conflict with. We become angry, are less engaged, less invested in their well-being.
"If there is no peace, it is because we have forgotten we belong to each other." Mother Teresa
Adapted from the Prezis: "Restorative Justice and Compassionate Schools" and "Restorative Practices - RA Training Day 1-2013"
Restorative Processes
Family Group Conferences
Circles of Support and Accountability
Restorative Justice process helps people stay engaged, invested and connected to one another, as they work together to repair harm.
Social Discipline Window
Readiness for participation
Appropriateness of case

Preliminary interviews
Stakeholder involvement
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