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  • Brattleboro Community Justice Center
    Brattleboro Community Justice Center 230 Main St Suite 302 Brattleboro VT 05301

    Original URL path: http://www.brattleborocjc.org/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Brattleboro Community Justice Center
    St Suite 302 Brattleboro VT 05301 Phone 802 251 8142 Hours 9 a m 5 p m M F Welcome to the Brattleboro Community Justice Center Volunteers Needed Our center is gearing up our efforts to help inmates transition from prison to community We need volunteers to join our Circles of Support and Accountability We now have four such COSA teams operating but we need three more If you are

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    this work by providing structured opportunities to victims offenders and other individuals or groups affected by harm or wrong doing in the community to meet and communicate History and Funding The Brattleboro Community Justice Center opened its doors in 2003 as a partnership of the Town of Brattleboro the Vermont Department of Corrections and the citizens of the community The BCJC funding comes through two grants awarded by the Vermont Agency of Human Services and an in kind match by the Town of Brattleboro The Justice Center also relies on additional funding from foundations tax exempt donations etc in order to deliver a full compliment of services to the community Community Justice Network of Vermont The state of Vermont is unique in the network of Community Justice Centers that sprung up from the initial grant funds from the Agency of Human Services While some programs are consistent throughout the State each Justice Center has its own unique ways of meeting community needs Click here to learn more about all of the Community Justice Centers in Vermont Our Partnerships and Collaborators The Brattleboro Community Justice Center works with the following service providers in our community Youth Services School for International Training Brattleboro Police Department State Attorney s Office Victim s Advocate Office Probation and Parole Turning Point of Windham County ALANA Voc Rehab Southeast Vermont Community Action Brattleboro Housing Authority Town of Brattleboro Selectboard all town offices Agency of Human Services district office Building a Better Brattleboro Brattleboro Reformer BCTV Brooks Memorial Library BUHS Vermont Partnership for Fairness and Diversity Vermont Humanities Council area Churches NEYT New England Youth Theater Justice Center Activities Activities at the Justice Center provide for increased safety to the community by involving the offender in repairing harm done to victims and affected others Restorative Justice creates

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  • Brattleboro Community Justice Center
    Week Victim Resources Victim Impact Panel News and Events Volunteer Brattleboro Community Justice Center 230 Main St Suite 302 Brattleboro VT 05301 Phone 802 251 8142 Hours 9 a m 5 p m M F Donate All donations made to

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  • Brattleboro Community Justice Center
    Main St Suite 302 Brattleboro VT 05301 Phone 802 251 8142 Hours 9 a m 5 p m M F Staff board Staff Larry Hames Director Jackie Trepanier Program Coordinator Jim Cecere Offender Re Entry Coordinator Community Advisory Board Larry

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  • Brattleboro Community Justice Center
    Panel News and Events Volunteer Brattleboro Community Justice Center 230 Main St Suite 302 Brattleboro VT 05301 Phone 802 251 8142 Hours 9 a m 5 p m M F Contact Us Brattleboro Community Justice Center 230 Main St Suite 302 Brattleboro VT 05301 Phone 802 251 8142 Hours 9 a m 5 p m M F Executive Director Larry Hames director brattleborocjc org 802 251 8142 Program Coordinator Jackie

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  • Brattleboro Community Justice Center
    Events Volunteer Brattleboro Community Justice Center 230 Main St Suite 302 Brattleboro VT 05301 Phone 802 251 8142 Hours 9 a m 5 p m M F About Our Programs BCJC Programs provide opportunities to victims offenders and the community to participate and engage in the justice system Goals of the programs are to Repair the harm caused by crime Restore relationships within the community Provide free services to mediate

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  • Brattleboro Community Justice Center
    is obligated to make amends The emphasis in Restorative Justice is on the harm that has been created and the unmet needs of those most directly affected It requires a wrongdoer to accept responsibility for his or her actions by repairing as much as possible the harm caused by the crime or wrongdoing The practice of Restorative Justice happens through dialogue between the wrongdoer families those who have been harmed and community members designed to provide opportunity for each participant to share how they have been impacted and to make an agreement on what reparations seem appropriate Justice is being done in a restorative manner when it Focuses on crime s harm rather than rules broken Shows equal concern for victims and offenders and involves both Works toward restoring victims empowering them and responding to their needs as the victims themselves see them Supports offenders while encouraging them to understand accept and carry out their obligations Recognizes that while offenders obligations may be difficult they should not be intended as pain Provides opportunities for direct or indirect dialogue between victims and offenders as appropriate Finds meaningful ways to involve the community and to respond to the causes of crime in the community Encourages collaboration and reintegration rather than coercion and isolation for the offenders Pays attention to unintended consequences arising from restorative justice efforts Respects all parties in the conflict victims offenders and justice colleagues Source Restorative Justice Signposts Harry Mika and Howard Zeir 1998 Links Organizations Websites Prison Fellowship International s Restorative Justice Online International Institute for Restorative Practices Real Justice Restorative Justice Community Victim Offender Mediation Association Restorative Justice programs affiliated with the Minnesota Dept of Corrections Living Justice Press www livingjusticepress org Articles What is RJ http www restorativejustice org university classroom 01introduction On Restorative Justice http

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