Restorative Justice Training


Restorative Justice In-School Training.

Our website is under construction as we prepare to present at the National Educators for Restorative Practices in Irving Texas, and the Innovative Schools Summit in San Antonio. If you can’t catch us there, we will be presenting at the Trauma Informed Schools, National Association of Restorative Practices, Continental League Diversity, and CCSRC conferences in the Denver area this fall. Contact us at therjsolution@gmail.com or 720-439-9649.

Resolve Conflict. Repair Harm.


Work with a team who has trained on and lived the reality of restorative justice and practices every day since 2009. Our experts provide an immersive, hands-on experience to introduce restorative justice in public schools throughout the U.S. It's inexpensive, easy to implement, and the results are profound.



WHAT IS RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

Restorative justice is a completely different approach to behavior and discipline management that does not place fault, but instead models ownership. When victims and offenders alike feel heard through authentic conversation, trust and connection are built and the results are transformational.


HOW DOES RESTORATIVE JUSTICE WORK?


Restorative justice is not mediation, it’s a different kind of listening. During an RJ circle, victims and offenders come together to make amends. Victims share how they were impacted by the offender’s action. Offenders share their side of the story, take responsibility, and work together to make it right.



RESTORATIVE JUSTICE SUCCESSES


53% reduction in fights in one semester at Thornton High School.


Only 4 of 113 students who participated in an RJ conversation at O’Connell Middle School continued with the same behavior.


46% of RJ conversation participants avoided a fight that would have ended in a three-day suspension.


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Restorative Justice Training


Restorative Justice In-School Training.

Our website is under construction as we prepare to present at the National Educators for Restorative Practices in Irving Texas, and the Innovative Schools Summit in San Antonio. If you can’t catch us there, we will be presenting at the Trauma Informed Schools, National Association of Restorative Practices, Continental League Diversity, and CCSRC conferences in the Denver area this fall. Contact us at therjsolution@gmail.com or 720-439-9649.

Resolve Conflict. Repair Harm.


Work with a team who has trained on and lived the reality of restorative justice and practices every day since 2009. Our experts provide an immersive, hands-on experience to introduce restorative justice in public schools throughout the U.S. It's inexpensive, easy to implement, and the results are profound.



WHAT IS RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

Restorative justice is a completely different approach to behavior and discipline management that does not place fault, but instead models ownership. When victims and offenders alike feel heard through authentic conversation, trust and connection are built and the results are transformational.


HOW DOES RESTORATIVE JUSTICE WORK?


Restorative justice is not mediation, it’s a different kind of listening. During an RJ circle, victims and offenders come together to make amends. Victims share how they were impacted by the offender’s action. Offenders share their side of the story, take responsibility, and work together to make it right.



RESTORATIVE JUSTICE SUCCESSES


53% reduction in fights in one semester at Thornton High School.


Only 4 of 113 students who participated in an RJ conversation at O’Connell Middle School continued with the same behavior.


46% of RJ conversation participants avoided a fight that would have ended in a three-day suspension.


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