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  • LCJP - LCJP
    that includes models of Restorative Justice This Orientation is a prerequisite for volunteering with LCJP and includes information for those who just want to find out more about what we do at LCJP The following subjects are covered in the Orientation Overview of LCJP Programs and a brief history of the organization Restorative Practices v s Restorative Justice Instruction on how to make affective statements Instruction on how to ask affective questions Connection Circle format for skills practice and coaching If you re interested in volunteering please find out more by clicking here Select Event Restorative Practices Orientation 16 Feb 2016 Restorative Practices Orientation 24 Mar 2016 I now know to never do something like this again I will complete my contract no matter what gets in my way I feel truly sorry for the actions I have done Youth Offender CRJ REGISTER FOR AN EVENT 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

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  • LCJP - LCJP
    of Restorative Justice This model brings together a group of people involved in conflict including crime victims offenders support people community members police officers and facilitators This CGC talks about what happened the harms that have resulted and how to repair those harms The Community Member Role is the first role in the CGC that we train volunteers to fill If you are interested in learning Restorative Practices but don t want to volunteer you re also welcome at this training You will learn How to be a Community Member in a Community Group Conference How to talk about the impacts of crime and conflict on the community How to ask questions for understanding the impacts of crime and conflict How to brainstorm ideas for repairing the harmful impacts of crime and conflict The prerequisite for the Community Member Training is the Restorative Practices Orientation SVVSD employees and people making a minimum 1 year commitment to Volunteer with LCJP may attend this training for free Please visit our Volunteer Program page click here for more information or contact Jessica Goldberg at jessica lc jp org or 303 776 1527 Select Event Community Member Training 18 Feb 2016 Community Member Training 29 Mar 2016 I now know to never do something like this again I will complete my contract no matter what gets in my way I feel truly sorry for the actions I have done Youth Offender CRJ REGISTER FOR AN EVENT 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

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  • LCJP - Volunteer
    benefits of volunteering with LCJP include Free training Volunteers train in Restorative Practices and Restorative Justice for FREE at LCJP We do this to cultivate a restorative community to increase the number of practitioners in the field of Restorative Justice and to honor the commitment volunteers make to LCJP Experience training happens on the job as a volunteer meaning you will receive continual evaluation and coaching while working with LCJP s clients and other volunteers and staff Our staff is here to support our volunteers so that they may learn to provide exceptional service to our clients There are several different ways to volunteer with Longmont Community Justice Partnership These include being a community member in an RJ process facilitating RJ processes bilingual interpretation administrative assistance event planning community outreach fundraising and more Please begin by completing these two steps 1 Complete the Volunteer Application indicating the areas you d like to be involved and we will make every effort to invite your participation in those areas 2 Join us for a Restorative Practices Orientation and Community Member Training These two evening trainings are required for all volunteers and are free The upcoming trainings are listed here Restorative Practices Orientation Location LCJP 16 Feb 2016 06 00 pm 08 00 pm FREE Community Member Training Location LCJP 18 Feb 2016 06 00 pm 08 00 pm FREE Restorative Practices Orientation Location LCJP 24 Mar 2016 06 00 pm 08 00 pm FREE Community Member Training Location LCJP 29 Mar 2016 06 00 pm 08 00 pm FREE 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

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  • LCJP - Donate
    Donate Now When you donate to LCJP you support a new approach to justice in which all members of the community have a voice For over 20 years Longmont Community Justice Partnership LCJP has been cultivating a safe and caring community by providing restorative justice processes for youth and adults LCJP partners with the Longmont Police Department St Vrain Valley School District and broader Longmont community to facilitate group dialogue after crime or conflict occurs This process encourages offender accountability and provides a safe space for impacted parties to speak about how they have been harmed and how an offender may repair that harm Offenders who successfully complete their commitments to make things right will not receive a criminal conviction for that incident This prevents more individuals from entering the criminal justice system and is proven to reduce recidivism When you make an online contribution all information is processed through the secure Generosity by Indiegogo server and all data is protected against unauthorized access However if you would like to make a contribution but do not want to provide your credit card or other information please mail your donation to the following address Checks may be made out to Longmont Community Justice Partnership Longmont Community Justice Partnership Attn Kathleen McGoey Executive Director 333 Terry St Longmont CO 80501 For more information about donations and volunteering please contact Jessica Goldberg Jessica lcjp org 303 776 1527 Longmont Community Justice Partnership was founded in 1994 as Teaching Peace We are a tax exempt not for profit organization tax ID 84 1291133 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/how-you-can-help/donate.html?chronoform=newsletterfrm&event=submit (2016-02-14)
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  • LCJP - Contact Us
    Wish List Work With Us Partner with Us Training Events Training Events Registration Calendar Decision Making Workshop Past Events Contact Us Search You are here Contact Us Notice You need to login first Contact Us LCJP Main Office Office 303 776 1527 Fax 303 772 7446 333 Terry St Longmont CO 80501 info lcjp org Community Restorative Justice CRJ Office Office 303 651 8879 Fax 303 651 8909 225 Kimbark Longmont CO 80501 Located in the Municipal Courts waiting area of the Safety Justice building info lcjp org LCJP is a 501 c 3 non profit organization Our tax ID is 84 129113 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 Past Events Contact Us Contact Longmont Community Justice Partnership 333 Terry St Longmont

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  • LCJP - Volunteer
    of volunteering with LCJP include Free training Volunteers train in Restorative Practices and Restorative Justice for FREE at LCJP We do this to cultivate a restorative community to increase the number of practitioners in the field of Restorative Justice and to honor the commitment volunteers make to LCJP Experience training happens on the job as a volunteer meaning you will receive continual evaluation and coaching while working with LCJP s clients and other volunteers and staff Our staff is here to support our volunteers so that they may learn to provide exceptional service to our clients There are several different ways to volunteer with Longmont Community Justice Partnership These include being a community member in an RJ process facilitating RJ processes bilingual interpretation administrative assistance event planning community outreach fundraising and more Please begin by completing these two steps 1 Complete the Volunteer Application indicating the areas you d like to be involved and we will make every effort to invite your participation in those areas 2 Join us for a Restorative Practices Orientation and Community Member Training These two evening trainings are required for all volunteers and are free The upcoming trainings are listed here Restorative Practices Orientation Location LCJP 16 Feb 2016 06 00 pm 08 00 pm FREE Community Member Training Location LCJP 18 Feb 2016 06 00 pm 08 00 pm FREE Restorative Practices Orientation Location LCJP 24 Mar 2016 06 00 pm 08 00 pm FREE Community Member Training Location LCJP 29 Mar 2016 06 00 pm 08 00 pm FREE 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/how-you-can-help/volunteer (2016-02-14)
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  • LCJP - Who We Are
    not presume we know what the speaker is going to say but that we honor the importance of the other s point of view Our focus for listening is to understand other people so even if we disagree with their thinking we can be respectful and try hard to comprehend how it seems to them Responsibility For restorative practices to be effective personal responsibility must be taken Each person needs to take responsibility for any harm that was caused to another admitting any wrong that was done even if it was unintentional Taking responsibility also includes a willingness to give an explanation of the harmful behavior All persons in the circle are asked to search deeply in their hearts and minds to discover if there is any part of the matter at hand for which they have some responsibility Everyone needs to be willing to accept responsibility for his or her own behavior Repair The restorative approach is to repair the harm that was done to the fullest extent possible recognizing that harm may extend beyond anyone s capacity for repair It is this principle that allows us to set aside thoughts of revenge and punishment Once the persons involved have accepted responsibility for their behavior and they have heard in the restorative process about how others were harmed by their action they are expected to make repair It is through taking responsibility for one s own behavior and making repair that persons may regain or strengthen their self respect and the respect of others Relationship Restorative practices recognize that when a wrong occurs individuals and communities feel violated It is the damage to these relationships that is primarily important and is the central focus of what restorative practices seek to address When relationships are strong people experience more fulfilling

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  • LCJP - Board And Staff
    www seagate com Kena Guttridge Member Owner Ollin Farms www ollinfarms com Gwyn Whalen Member Attorney at Law Caplan Earnest LLC gwhalen celaw com www celaw com Karin Higgins Member Co Founder Principle Sean Michael Associates Inc klhiggins3 gmail com Tim Johnson Member 20th Judicial District Attorney s Office Deputy Distict Attorney tjohnson bouldercounty org Staff LCJP Main Office Office 303 776 1527 333 Terry St Longmont CO 80501 Community Restorative Justice CRJ Office Office 303 651 8879 Fax 303 651 8909 225 Kimbark Longmont CO 80501 Located in the Municipal Courts waiting area of the Safety Justice building NAME TITLE EMAIL PHONE OFFICE Kathleen McGoey Executive Director kathleen lcjp org 303 776 1527 LCJP Main Jessica Goldberg Volunteer and Training Coordinator jessica lcjp org 303 776 1527 LCJP Main Lindsey Pointer Community Restorative Justice Bilingual Program Manager lindsey lcjp org 303 651 8879 CRJ in the Safety and Justice Building Abby Whipple Community Restorative Justice Senior Case Coordinator abby lcjp org 303 651 8879 CRJ in the Safety and Justice Building 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

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