Restorative Justice

Restorative justice is a community based and trauma informed practice used to build relationships, strengthen communities, encourage accountability, repair harm, and restore relationships when wrongdoings occur.

As an intervention following wrongdoing, restorative justice works with both the people who have caused harm and the victim(s) and community members impacted. Working with a restorative justice facilitator, participants identify harms, needs and obligations, then make a plan to repair the harm and put things as right as possible.

Resolve offers the following ongoing partnerships or one-time interventions for schools, juvenile justice, youth corrections, law enforcement, fire districts, victim services, businesses and other community stakeholders.

Training and Community Engagement: on-site staff training, a four-day intensive training for Restorative Justice Facilitators, and public education events

Consultation and Coaching: support for systems and culture change, organization-wide implementation, and case supervision

Other Services: accountability and skill-building classes, outreach and support for victims of crime, and facilitation of restorative justice processes

Part A explores what restorative justice is through a three tiered approach of prevention, intervention, and restoration.

Part B explores why people in our southern Oregon community are implementing restorative justice.

Restorative Justice in the Community

Restorative Justice In Schools

Resolve provides evidence-based services to increase offender accountability, empower victims, decrease recidivism and restore community.

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Restorative Justice in Schools

Restorative Justice In Schools

Resolve uses the strength of relationship to build a safer school culture through prevention, intervention, and restoration after harm.

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Become a Restorative Justice Facilitator


Read about the work Resolve is doing in the community.