The Restorative Justice Program Fort Collins
Contact(s): Perrie McMillen
Address: P.O. Box 580 112 N. Howes St. Fort Collins, Colorado 80522
Organization Objective
The concept of restorative justice (RJ) holds that when a crime is committed, the offender incurs an obligation to restore the victim, and by extension the community, to the state of well being that existed before the offense.
Type of Organization
City Prosecutor
District Court
Juvenile Diversion
Law Enforcement
Municipal Court
Tribal Court
Victim Services
Service Adult Juvenile
Community Accountability Boards
Community Healing Services
Community/Family Group Conferences
Family Group Decision Making
Peace Making Circles
Restitution or Restorative Restitution
Restorative Community Services
Restorative Decision Making Classes
Victim Impact Panels
Victim Offender Mediation
Training In House Outside
Conference and Restorative Circle Facilitation
Facilitator Training
Family Group Decision Making
Restorative Justice Awareness
School Awareness, Discipline or Facilitation Training
Volunteer and Community Member Training

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