This site was created by the Restorative Justice Council created under HB 07-1129. This legislation encourages local juvenile services planning committees to consider restorative justice programs; encourages the Tony Grampsas Youth Services Board to consider restorative justice programs; and creates a restorative justice coordinating council in the State Court Administrators Office made up of nine persons:
- Debbie Wilde, Youth Zone Executive Director (Chair)
- Vacant (Vice-Chair)
- Jamin Alabiso, Deputy Districty Attorney, Seventeenth Judicial District
- Greg Brown, Chief Probation Officer, Twentith Judicial District
- Spiro Koinis, Division of Youth Corrections Victim Services Coordinator
- Bernadette Martinez Felix, Eighth Judicial District Victim Advocate
- Amanda Nagl, Estes Valley RJ Partnership Executive Director
- Michael Ramirez, Department of Education Senior Consultant
- Beverly Title, Ph. D., Teaching Peace Founder and Director of RJ in Schools
This body is to create a repository (this website is intended to fulfill that requirement); provide training; public education; and technical assistance as needed. It is hoped that this repository will help fulfill the other mandates by linking the interested party to others who can assist.
Aspects of Successful Restorative Justice Implementation: An Analysis of Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center's Restorative
Justice Implementation Process
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