Intro to Restorative Justice in Schools

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Restorative justice in schools has emerged as an alternative discipline model to reduce suspensions & expulsions, as well as decrease police and juvenile justice involvement.

Restorative justice is not a singular program or process, rather a philosophy and practice based on a core set of principles that emphasizes healing over punishment, inclusion over exclusion, and individual accountability coupled with a high level of community support.

This one day introduction is designed to introduce the concepts and practice of school-based restorative justice to schools, school-connected providers, and the broader school community.

Dates & Time

April 19 - 8:30am – 4pm


  • Introduction to the philosophy and practices of Restorative Justice
  • Overview of where and why Restorative Justice in schools works
  • Develop skills to facilitate restorative practices

Who can Attend?

  • School Administrators, Staff, & Faculty
  • School-connected community members
  • School Resource Officers
  • School-connected service providers & advocates

Space is limited so register early!


Christina Albo, Director of Mediation Services, Resolutions Northwest

Tobin Krell, Restorative Justice Specialist, Resolutions Northwest

Daniel Garcia, Restorative Justice Specialist, Resolutions Northwest

Maria Scanelli, Restorative Justice Coordinator, Resolutions Northwest

This introduction is provided as a collaborative effort between Multnomah County, the City of Portland, and Resolutions Northwest.

April 19th, 2011 8:30 AM   through   4:00 PM
449 N.E. Emerson
North Portland Police Precinct
Portland, 97211
United States
Phone: 503-595-4890
Registration Fee (Includes Lunch) $ 15.00

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