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RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN COOK COUNTY: ACCOUNTABILITY, RESTITUTION, RESTORATION

Cook County Higher Education

Public Information Sessions:

Aug 21 | Noon or 5pm

Site: Cook County Higher Ed | Free and Open to the Public

What is Restorative Justice? Who is CCRJ? How can I become involved? What is the time commitment?


Victim-Offender Conferencing Training:

September 7 & 8 | 8:30am-5pm | Site: Cook County Higher Ed Free to Attend! Must Attend Both Days! Registration Required www.northshorecampus.org | 218-387-3411

Trainer: Ted Lewis, Center for Peacemaking & Restorative Justice

Volunteers will receive training to facilitate constructive dialogue-based meetings between victims and their offenders. A great volunteer will have strong listening skills, ability to remain neutral, exhibit empathy, and maintain confidentiality. Adults of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. Partners: Choices and Voices Project & Cook County Community Fund 

Date & Time
  • August 21, 2018
  • 12:00PM - 5:00PM
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