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  • LCJP - LCJP
    that need to be had between us and a colleague Between us and a volunteer Us and a friend How do we create an environment in our personal and professional lives that creates space for conflict to become an opportunity for learning growth and improved relationships This session will teach participants how to use the Restorative Conversation model to address one on one conflict A restorative conversation can be held informally in 3 10 minutes to address immediate needs and concerns around a problematic interaction that has impacted your relationship with someone else Emphasis will be placed on the primary skills of Restorative Practices including reflective listening and asking affective questions Participants will have the chance to role play a Restorative Conversation with time for debrief and questions In the Restorative Tools Series we offer training in more than Restorative Justice processes Restorative Practices is a field of communication that has grown out of the promise of Restorative Justice as a way to incorporate the principles of building maintaining and repairing relationships in our lives not just in the criminal justice system The Restorative Tools Series will give you the skills and practice to transform difficult conversations and interpersonal conflicts in your personal adn professional life The Restorative Tools Series includes Using a Strengths based Approach Reflective Listening Restorative Conversations Connection Circles 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

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  • LCJP - Administration - Locations
    Justice Center Community Room 225 Kimbark St Longmont CO 80501 United States Phone 303 651 8555 Website https www google com maps place Safety and Justice Community 40 163081 105 1011458 15z data 4m2 3m1 1s0x0 0x54c628990837a3c3 sa X sqi

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  • LCJP - LCJP
    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 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

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  • LCJP - Restorative Practices In Schools
    Valley 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/what-we-do/restorative-practices-in-schools.html?chronoform=newsletterfrm&event=submit (2016-02-14)
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  • LCJP - How You Can Help
    We 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

    Original URL path: http://www.lcjp.org/how-you-can-help.html?chronoform=newsletterfrm&event=submit (2016-02-14)
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  • LCJP - Wish List
    You Can Help Wish List Notice You need to login first Wish List Thank you for considering how you can support LCJP Contact Kathleen at 303 776 1527 or write to kathleen lcjp org if you can provide any of the following General Operating Funds Travel Expenses gas and air travel for presentations and trainings at local regional national and international conferences Financial Aid for trainings and program fees Printing for annual report brochures and other materials Food for volunteer and police appreciation events and training Office Supplies Presentation Materials white board and flip chart easel Longmont Community Justice Partnership formed as Teaching Peace in 1994 is a tax exempt not for profit organization Our tax ID is 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 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

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  • LCJP - Work With Us
    Work With Us Notice You need to login first Work With Us Longmont Community Justice Partnership LCJP Employment Opportunities 1 Senior Bilingual Community Restorative Justice Case Coordinato r Position CLOSED 1 Community Restorative Justice Program Intern Position OPEN Please submit your resume 3 references 2 professional and 1 personal with your cover letter for any of the above positions with the job title in the subject line to jobs lcjp org or mail your credentials Attention CRJ Senior Bilingual Case Coordinator Longmont Community Justice Partnership 225 Kimbark Street Longmont CO 80501 If you would like to find out about other ways in which you can help us click on the buttons on the left Want to join our team Email jobs 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 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

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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/index.php/how-you-can-help/volunteer (2016-02-14)
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