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  • LCJP - Our Partners
    to Longmont Community Justice Partnership LCJP Officers may exercise their own discretion and refer an offender to LCJP rather than issuing a summons The St Vrain Valley School District Serves approximately 21 600 students in 39 schools Community Group Conferencing CGC has been used in lieu of an expulsion and to avert progression to the next step of an expulsion plan Longmont Municipal Courts and Probation The municipal court and probation handles youth and adults offenders who have violated municipal laws The court and probation may send adjudicated offenders to LCJP to participate in restorative processes Alternatives For Youth AFY Alternatives for Youth Inc AFY a 501 c 3 non profit organization promotes academic persistence adn success of youth by instillin values that lead to positive choices and positive community impact and by encouragin social cultural and self development Board And Staff Our Partners Reports News Related Links Work With Us In order to reduce crime and empower community leadership LCJP cultivates a safe and caring community through restorative practices by bringing together those involved in conflict to be heard Videos Facebook Tweets Tweets by LCJP Home Who We Are Board And Staff Our Partners Reports News Related Links Work

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  • LCJP - Reports
    Decision Making Workshop Past Events Contact Us Search You are here Who We Are Reports Notice You need to login first Reports LCJP Teaching Peace Reports 2010 2015 Comprehensive Data Report Restorative Practices in Schools Pilot Program 2014 Year End Report Community Restorative Justice CRJ 2013 Year End Report Community Restorative Justice CRJ Strategic Plan 2012 2014 2011 Annual Report 2010 Annual Report 2009 Annual Report National Research Center Analysis of Longmont Community Justice Partnership 2007 2009 Financial Documents 2014 IRS Form 990 2013 IRS Form 990 2012 IRS Form 99 0 2011 IRS Form 990 2010 IRS Form 990 2009 IRS Form 990 Board And Staff Our Partners Reports News Related Links Work With Us In order to reduce crime and empower community leadership LCJP cultivates a safe and caring community through restorative practices by bringing together those involved in conflict to be heard Videos Facebook Tweets Tweets by LCJP Home Who We Are Board And Staff Our Partners Reports News Related Links Work With Us What We Do Community Restorative Justice Restorative Practices In Schools How You Can Help Donate Volunteer Wish List Work With Us Partner with Us Training Events Training Events Registration Calendar Decision Making Workshop

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  • LCJP - News
    for their actions were referred to LCJP for Restorative Justice process Click to see CBS News Report 8 21 13 by Stan Bush with Longmont Police Department s Commander Jeff Satur and LCJP s RPS Manager Laura Snider Restorative Justice Summit 2012 Video RJ Summit Video from LCJP on Vimeo Colorado State Representative Pete Lee on Restorative Justice Colorado State Representative Lee highlights the importance of restorative justice and why he supports it Restorative Justice and Empathy Panel July 31 2012 Student RJ Team Member Rea Blash discusses how restorative justice builds empathy LCJP Student Restorative Justice Team This video provides insight into the 2012 Student Restorative Justice Team and why restorative justice is so pertinant for schools and our community Restorative Justice on Colorado Now 4 10 11 Restorative Justice from Aaron Harber on Vimeo Teens Face Charges In String Of Vandalism Cases In Longmont Rap Video introuducing the principles of Restorative Justice Created by students of Mapleton Early College Audio Abundant Community Radio Interview with Chief Mike Butler on builiding community Yi Tan Call 296 Restorative Justice Podcast with Longmont Chief of Police Mike Butler and LCJP Executive Director Deb Witzel KGNU Interview 2011 Youth Summit 1 19 11 Documents Newsletter Vol 4 Issue 4 Educators in Blue Police Officers as Teachers Bill Ellis Dec 4 2012 To Restore the U S Start at Home Bill Ellis 11 25 12 A Point of Choice A Bad Choice A Good Officer and Restorative Justice Ken Keusenkotohen 11 15 12 Newsletter Vol 4 Issue 3 Teen Offender to Teen Mentor Priscilla s Story By Linda Leary Sept 11 2012 Building Communtiy Here and Now By Bill Ellis 9 23 12 Criminal Jusice Changes Needed Chief Mike Butler Longmont Chief Mike Butler writes a letter of endorsement for LCJP Boulder County

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  • LCJP - Related Links
    login first Related Links LCJP on Facebook LCJP on Twitter Colorado Restorative Justice Council Website events news directory of programs National Association for Community Restorative Justice NACRJ International Institute for Restorative Practices Restorative Justice Online a program of Prison Fellowship International advocating for principles of justice and reconciliation in the criminal justice system Restorative Justice Consortium University and Graduate Programs Fresno Pacific University Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies SIT Graduate Institute Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation Please enjoy exploring these links to see what is happening in Restorative Practices and Restorative Justice in Longmont in Colorado nationally and internationally These links are provided for your information only Their listing does not imply LCJP s endorsement or assurance of the accuracy of the information Board And Staff Our Partners Reports News Related Links Work With Us In order to reduce crime and empower community leadership LCJP cultivates a safe and caring community through restorative practices by bringing together those involved in conflict to be heard Videos Facebook Tweets Tweets by LCJP Home Who We Are Board And Staff Our Partners Reports News Related Links Work With Us What We Do Community Restorative Justice Restorative Practices In Schools How You Can Help

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  • LCJP - What We Do
    Trainings Workshops Community Member Training Community Group Conference Facilitator Training Advanced Community Group Conference Facilitator Training Restorative Tools for the Classroom Restorative Practices in Schools Specialized Training Does Restorative Justice Work In 2014 129 Offenders participated in Community Restorative Justice 92 of these offenders completed their contracts 165 total completed contracts 38 of Offenders from Latino community 7 of offenders re offend recidivism rate 99 satisfaction by all participants Community Restorative Justice Processes 4 445 000 Cost to house 165 inmates for a year Información en Español Muchos de los servicios ofrecidos por la Asociación Servicios Para la comunidad estan disponibles en Español Si usted necesista copias de estos materiales haga el favor de comunicarse con nuestra oficina Estamos tratando de tener estos materiales disponibles en internet La oficina de la Asociación Servicios Para la Comunidad tiene empleados que hablan en Español para asistirle a usted Por favor llame al 303 651 8879 o mande un correo electrónico a info lcjp org para comunicarse con nuestros empleados Community Restorative Justice Restorative Practices In Schools In order to reduce crime and empower community leadership LCJP cultivates a safe and caring community through restorative practices by bringing together those involved in conflict

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  • LCJP - Community Restorative Justice
    and are responsible for identifying harms done by the offenders as well as suggesting potential contract items that can be carried out by the offender to repair these harms The community members as well as all of the participants shown in the graphic below have an equal voice in the process This means that they are all invited to share their ideas and opinion freely and respectfully It also means that no agreements are final until all participants sign off on the final contract at the end of the process The Facts Our program office is housed in the Longmont Safety and Justice center at 225 Kimbark Street We work in partnership with the Longmont Police Department and other criminal justice services All LCJP restorative justice processes are available in Spanish English Re offense rates for offenders who successfully complete restorative justice processes with LCJP average 10 For more extensive data on recidivism at LCJP National Research Center s Analysis of the Longmont Community Justice Partnership 2007 2009 99 of participants are satisfied or very satisfied with LCJP s restorative justice processes For more information on the Community Restorative Justice Program 2014 Community Restorative Justice Program Year End Report For more information on LCJP and our guiding principles click here Conference Fees If you wish to pre pay or utilize the online payment option for your Restorative Justice Conference please select the Paypal form below LCJP Case Participant First Last Name Questions Check out our Frequently Asked Questions For more information on the CRJ Program please contact Lindsey Pointer CRJ Bilingual Program Manager Abby Whipple Senior Case Coordinator 303 651 8879 l indsey lcjp org or abby lcjp org Community Restorative Justice Restorative Practices In Schools In order to reduce crime and empower community leadership LCJP cultivates a safe and

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  • LCJP - Restorative Practices In Schools
    School District through a Justice Assistance Grant JAG School personnel from other districts are also welcome to our trainings and to contact us about other ways to collaborate Click here to read the data behind our training and consulting program RPS Pilot Program Comprehensive Data Report for 2010 thru 2015 Click here to read our guiding principles the 5 R s of Restorative Practices For more information please contact us at 303 776 1527 or write directly to Executive Director Kathleen McGoey at kathleen lcjp org or Training and Volunteer Coordinator Jessica Goldberg at jessica lcjp org RPS Pilot Program The Restorative Practices in Schools Pilot Program was a grant funded program in partnership with SVVSD and the Longmont Police Department School Resource Officer Program that worked with students at Longmont High School and its feeder middle schools Longs Peak and Westview Middle Schools The RPS Pilot Program addressed the full spectrum of discipline issues in these schools LCJP provided a staff person as the program manager who partnered with the School Resource Officer and provided training and guidance to the Student Restorative Justice Team and to the school staff The Student Restorative Justice Team was a very special group of students who joined based on their interest in Restorative Justice and their relationship with the Program Manager and School Resource Officer Those students trained as facilitators restorative mediators and community members for the circle and restorative mediation processes They participated in each process helping their peers surface and identify harms resolve conflict make things right after crime or conflict and facilitating reintegration into the school community Between August 2010 and May 2015 the pilot program s restorative processes diverted 190 court referrals and saved 375 days of suspension a total increase of 2 600 hours of in class learning

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  • LCJP - How You Can Help
    have over 120 active volunteers serving a variety of roles from community member to Board President We try seek out ways in which anyone that is inspired by the mission of restorative justice can support this program Many of our volunteers get started by participating in the Restorative Justice process as a community member Once they learn more about the program we look for ways to allow each individual to apply their skills and passion to the work of LCJP Whether it is assisting with administrative work in the office helping coordinate a fundraising event or participating in restorative justice processes we need you For more information on the variety of capacities in which you can be a part of the LCJP family please click the links to the left For more information comments or questions please contact Ken Keusenkothen Volunteer Coordinator 303 776 1527 ken lcjp org Donate Volunteer Wish List Work With Us Partner with Us In order to reduce crime and empower community leadership LCJP cultivates a safe and caring community through restorative practices by bringing together those involved in conflict to be heard Videos Facebook Tweets Tweets by LCJP Home Who We Are Board And Staff

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