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  • CMC : Minor in Possession
    Mercer et al 1994 suggested that victims who are panelists benefit from participation they were often less angry at the offenders compared with non panelists 2010 Gallatin County Study results February 10 2011 The results from the study that CMC conducted with funding from the Gallatin County DUI Taskforce are now in We processed 1427 records from the Adolescent Resource Center ARC that sends youth ages 18 21 to the bimonthly Minor in Possession Impact panels MIP The records went back to 2004 before the panels were in place The purpose of this study was to determine just how long the impact lasts since we see that most leave with a favorable attitude about alcohol and drug use Any arrests for DUI were not included in the study Here s what we found All the youth from ARC take alcohol and drug classes 744 youths have attended the MIP panels since 2006 Of those only 35 received a second MIP after attending a panel 683 youths did not attend an Impact Panel of those 138 received another citation The overall conclusions are that with the training that ARC provides 80 do not get a second citation However if you add the Impact Panel to the training the rate of success improved to 95 who do not get a second citation MIP Current Statistics As part of the MIP program the attendees ticket out the door is a completed evaluation form The form asks them to list two things that made sense or surprised them They also answer three questions used for program statistics After observing the panel and listening to their stories I have a better understanding about the negative consequences of alcohol consumption After listening to the panel members stories I thought of ways that my alcohol use affects

    Original URL path: http://www.cmcmontana.org/html/programs/minorInPossession.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CMC : Community Meetings Facilitation
    evaluating alternatives Listens to the public Incorporates public concerns and input into decision making Provides feedback on how decisions do or do not reflect input received How Does It Work The Community Mediation Center will provide a facilitator who can help you create a peaceful process of identifying issues or concerns by Interviewing the main parties to the issue to gain a clear understanding of the causes characteristics and the complexities of the issue The facilitator will assist in framing the issues identify the parties that should be involved and assess their needs and concerns The facilitator provides information on the nature of the collaborative process The facilitator works with the parties to explore and access their options CMC will assist in structuring the meeting format and host the meeting Produce a final report that captures the discussion of the meeting Follow up and evaluation of the process Who Can Participate The Public which means any affected or interested party including but not limited to Community groups Environmental and other interest groups Business Labor Academia Board of Directors Federal Agencies Members of the general unaffiliated public To be accepted projects must meet the following criteria Provides an opportunity for innovative

    Original URL path: http://www.cmcmontana.org/html/programs/communityMeetings.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CMC : About Us
    process When a judge imposes a decision often both parties are dissatisfied with the result However when participants communicate with each other during mediation they are often able to create their own win win solutions to disputes The mediation process also helps people build relationships and foster cooperation within the community at large Quick Help Mediation sessions are normally held within two weeks Voluntary Both all parties must agree to

    Original URL path: http://www.cmcmontana.org/html/aboutUs/aboutUs.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • CMC : Careers
    who has a heart for building consensus through respectful dialogue has a desire to serve the community will enjoy working in a collaborative manner with staff the Board of Directors clients and volunteers is self directed possesses administrative and fundraising abilities If this describes you please see the complete job description for further information and to learn how to apply for this position Equal Opportunity Employer The Community Mediation Center

    Original URL path: http://www.cmcmontana.org/html/aboutUs/careers.htm (2016-02-13)
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