Crossing Bridges - A Juvenile Justice Training

Start Time/Date: 8:30 AM Monday, February 25, 2019
End Time/Date: 4:30 PM Monday, February 25, 2019
ADDRESS: Giant Community Center - Linglestown Rd.
2300 Linglestown Rd.
CITY: Harrisburg, PA 17110

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 Crossing Bridges - A Juvenile Justice Training

Restorative justice is a term commonly used in conjunction with the juvenile justice system. Restorative Practices (the social science behind restorative justice) are designed to address harm, repair relationships and meet the needs of all parties involved. During this one-day training we will explore the continuum of practices that can be used within the context of the criminal/juvenile justice system to build restorative justice opportunities that serve both victims and offenders as well as the communities that surround them. Participants will have the opportunity to discern the similarities and differences of a continuum of restorative practices through role play and storytelling. Training participants will also explore how they can implement restorative practices in their personal and professional lives.

At the conclusion of this one-day training, participants will:

  •             Articulate the goals and foundational theories upon which restorative practices are built;
  •             Identify restorative justice best practices; and
  •             Recognize the value of restorative justice services for crime victims, communities and offenders.

 

*This training qualifies for 6 training hours through PCCD.