Restorative Practices are a framework for building community and for responding to challenging behavior through authentic dialogue, coming to understanding, and making things right. Restorative Justice brings persons harmed by a problem and the person who harmed them, along with affected family and community members, together in dialogue that aims to build understanding, explore how the problem has impacted those involved, including the community, and develop agreements for what will be done to make things right. The result: truly meaningful justice for all involved.
For questions and support, please contact:
Miguel Negron – Dean of Restorative Justice & Safety; Athletic Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)