Restorative Justice: Principles, Policy, Planning and Implementation

Restorative Justice is a “cutting edge” approach being increasingly studied and adopted around the world. “Restorative Justice: Principles, Policy, Planning and Implementation” (RJ-PPPI) offers fundamentals of restorative justice principles and practices within criminal justice administration. The seminar examines the core principles and assumptions of restorative justice. Curriculum will address the development and implementation of systems, structures, protocols and practices related to restorative justice, including organizational learning and development strategies. Case studies include both U.S. and international restorative justice at the local, state and federal levels within the fields of policing, courts, juvenile justice, victims services, probation, corrections and social services. This course is designed to offer practitioners an orientation to the policies, principles, and issues they encounter in implementing concepts in this developing field.

Boston, MA

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Suffolk University - Center for Public Management

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