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    Training Events Registration Calendar Decision Making Workshop Past Events Contact Us Search Notice You need to login first Spanish English Interpreter Training During Interpreter Training participants will Receive an introduction to the basic skills and guidelines for interpreting a restorative justice process Learn language unique to the restorative justice process Practice interpreting in role plays that simulate the types of discussions common in a restorative justice process Minimum Requirements for training participants Must be fluent in Spanish and English Must be willing to interpret Spanish to English and English to Spanish in a group of 8 to 12 people engaging in a discussion focused on conflict resolution Must complete 1 hr LCJP volunteer orientation Must complete 2 hr Interpreter Training DONATE VOLUNTEER 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/component/content/article/94 (2016-02-14)
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    coordinator to work on restorative justice conflict resolution and communication skills This ongoing education and skill building is critical to the success of the restorative justice circle facilitated by the student team DONATE VOLUNTEER 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/component/content/article/86 (2016-02-14)
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  • LCJP - LCJP
    with Us Training Events Training Events Registration Calendar Decision Making Workshop Past Events Contact Us Search Notice You need to login first Connection Circle Training Connection Circles provide an informal structure for intentional relationship building and for addressing difficult group issues This training will cover the structure of a Connection Circle how to facilitate a Connection Circle and examples of questions that are effective in this model The group will also discuss different applications for the Connection Circle model including relationship building and setting behavior expectations in classroom and work environments Central to the Connection Circle is practice of essential restorative techniques including creating safe space asking affective questions and reflective statements Prerequisite Restorative Practices Orientation DONATE VOLUNTEER 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/component/content/article/75 (2016-02-14)
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  • LCJP - LCJP
    contract items in at least one of these areas Participants The core member is the offender who was released from detention or prison and is reentering the area Community members may be comprised of anyone with a particular stake in the community who successfully complete training requirements and agree to follow the outlined duties of a community member The participants remain the same for the duration of the process so that relationships can develop and grow Orientation This orientation will provide a brief overview of the ReEntry program for potential volunteers A volunteer team will be chosen from the pool of applicants to build a team around each parolee core member re entering the Longmont community through this program Team members will be contacted and trained shortly before the release of the core member into the community Duration of the Process The community circle meets for the duration of parole contract or up to one year The group determines how often they meet within that time frame and changes it as needed though they begin with a weekly meeting for at lest one hour in length The average commitment is for one year DONATE VOLUNTEER In order to reduce crime

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/component/content/article/87 (2016-02-14)
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    Search Notice You need to login first Restorative Justice Education Series 1 Cultural Awareness Restorative Justice Education Series 1 Cultural Awareness The Longmont Community Justice Partnership is pleased to announce the Restorative Justice Education Series This series of free trainings has been developed to meet the ongoing training needs of Longmont Community Justice Partnership Volunteers our Restorative Justice colleagues and the community The first Restorative Justice Education Series offered will address the importance of cultural awareness in Restorative Justice Practices We will Explore definitions of cultural awareness as they relate to the current Longmont community Criminal Justice systems Utilize the information of cultural awareness and apply it to restorative justice practices through experiential learning Discussion Topics will include Addressing issues of shame Gender Roles Working with police Use of language DONATE VOLUNTEER 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/component/content/article/93 (2016-02-14)
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    Contact Us Search Notice You need to login first Introduction to Restorative Practices in Schools Purpose Give educators and school personnel restorative approaches to addressing crime conflict and rule violation at school and to explore restorative language and practices that may be used Content This workshop provides an excellent opportunity for school personnel to analyze the goals and outcomes of their current Disciplinary practices from the classroom to the office In addition to discussing restorative philosophy language and approaches you will hear about practices currently in use in St Vrain Valley schools and learn a valuable tool being used in classrooms The session will conclude with an action planning guide that will prepare you to return to school with the next steps needed to implement Restorative Justice techniques DONATE VOLUNTEER 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/component/content/article/81 (2016-02-14)
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    Group Conference CGC Facilitator training and has participated in one or more processes as a co facilitator within the past year This training is free of charge to LCJP Volunteers The goal of this training is to provide specific tools for facilitators to deal with difficult situations that come up on a regular basis during restorative justice processes The curriculum for the training is flexible and the scenarios and discussions are based on requests from current LCJP facilitators based on the challenges they regularly face while managing processes The subject matter may include but is not limited to How to work with minimizing parents support people How to work with offenders who avoid taking responsibility for their actions How to expedite the agreement phase of the process How to use motivational interviewing techniques to gain a deeper understanding of what happened during the story telling phase How and when to refer a case back DONATE VOLUNTEER 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/component/content/article/96 (2016-02-14)
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    Us Search Notice You need to login first Restorative Tools for the Classroom This training introduces restorative practices for handling conflict and disturbance in the classroom and throughout the school environment All school personnel are encouraged to attend including teachers administrators counselors and SROs The training content covers multiple methods to address challenges that arise in different school scenarios These methods include restorative conversations to manage 1 on 1 conflict and a conference circle model to address incidents that have impacted a larger group such as an entire classroom or broader school community Through hands on activities trainees will practice using these techniques and strategize how they will incorporate restorative tools into their classroom or workspace SVVSD Employees earn 5 hours of CEU credit for this 8 hour training DONATE VOLUNTEER 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/component/content/article/84 (2016-02-14)
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