Neighborhood Restoratice Justice Program - Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida


Thomas S. Kirk Juvenile Justice Center
2000 E. Michigan Street
Orlando, FL, 32806

The Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida is broadening its reach into its localized communities in an attempt to aid neighborhoods in repairing the harm that is caused by crime. The Neighborhood Restorative Justice Program will empower the victims and the communities in a process of restoration. Through the non-adversarial methods of negotiation, conferencing, mediation, and reparation, a restorative solution to the harm of crime will be discovered. Crime is a violation of the entire community. The damage that is caused by crime affects victims, offenders, their family and the community as a whole. Restorative Justice attempts to solve the damage of crime by actively involving all concerned parties. (Copies from web site)

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