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Repairing the Harm: Restorative Justice


30 minutes. $149.

A great resource for anyone who wishes to advocate a rehabilitative approach to reaching young offenders. The video focuses on groups of Wisconsin inmates (not in juvenile facilities, but almost all young adults) who meet with victims of violent crime. The intention, of course, is to help offenders recognize how the crimes they commit in a matter of minutes can affect others for a lifetime. The video discusses a number of strategies for implementing the restorative justice concept, including in group settings, one-on-one meetings and teen courts, and as a bullying prevention strategy in school. (920) 465-2599,


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