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Restorative Discipline

Presentation at Counselor's Meeting on 4/20/2010
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Matthew Lowe

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Restorative Discipline

The Seven Values of Restorative Justice/Discipline Treatment Punishment Best interest of the student. Best interest of the public. Justice Spectrum What about the victim? Restorative Justice balances the needs of the victim, offender, and the community. Community Victims Offender How can I repay the community? What is my obligation to my victim? How can I improve myself? But, 1. Crime is on offense against human beings.
2. Victims and the community are central to
the justice system.
3. The first priority of justice is to assist
the victim.
4. The second priority of justice is to
restore the community, when possible.
5. the offender has a personal responsibility
to the victims and to the community for
the crimes commited.
6. The offender will develop improved
competency and understanding.
7. Stakeholders share responsibilities for
restorative justisce through partnerships
for action.
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