Restorative Justice Program
We are excited to announce the Restorative Justice (RJ) Program!
The Restorative Justice (RJ) program will provide access to restorative practices and tools. The process will examine the harmful impact of conflict(s) in the workplace and/or academic setting and what can be done to repair that harm while holding the person who caused the harm accountable for their actions. In Restorative terminology, "harm" is described as a violation of relationships, ranging from personal to professional to community relationships. Accountability for the offender means accepting responsibility and acting to repair the harm done. Outcomes seek to both repair the harm and address the reasons for the offense, while reducing the likelihood of re-offense. Rather than focusing on the punishment meted out, restorative justice measures results by how successfully the harm is repaired.
Restorative practices include community circles and conferences designed to give employees an opportunity to connect with one another and gain a greater understanding of community needs.
RJ Volunteer Facilitators
RJ Program Timeline
- November 6, 2023
- RJ Volunteer Facilitator Applications and Nominations Close
- November 2023
- RJ Volunteer Applicant Conferences
- December 2024
- RJ Volunteer Facilitators Selected
- January 2024 - February 2024
- RJ Volunteer Facilitator Training
- Spring 2024 Semester
- RJ Volunteer Facilitators will offer conferencing and circles
For more information contact Nerissa Uiagalelei, Special Project Manager, HR Investigations and ADA Accommodations, at (909) 274-4414 or email@example.com