2012 Colorado
Restorative Justice Summit

 
 

August 9, 10 & 11, 2012
University of colorado denver, Tivoli Turnhalle 

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We Made It to the SUMMIT!
 

Thanks to All Who Attended the Summit!

We are thrilled to present the NEW video of the 2012 CO RJ Summit!  To watch the video, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=x-c0f_B4LVU

Thank you to the 250 people from across Colorado and beyond who attended the 2012 CO RJ Summit!  Below are the Open Space session notes, along with notes and handouts from RJ Basics sessions.  
Please click here to connect to other Summit participants via Facebook!

Day 1:

Thursday Open Space Session Notes: Open Space Breakout Sessions 8-9-12
Spectrum of Restorative Practices in Schools_Beverly Title & Kappy Hall
RJ Basics CJJ 102 
RJ Basics in Schools 202 Handout 1
RJ Basics in Schools 202 Handout 2
RJ Basics in Schools 202 Handout 3

Day 2:

Friday Open Space Session Notes: Open Space Breakout Sessions 8-10-12
RJ Basics CJJ 201 case study 1_Greg Brown
RJ Basics CJJ 201 case study 2_Greg Brown
RJ Basics CJJ 201 case study 3_Greg Brown
RJ Basics CJJ 201 case study 4_Greg Brown
RJ Basics CJJ 201 case study 5_Greg Brown
RJ Basics CJJ 201 PPT_Greg Brown and Michael Foote
Twentieth Judicial District RJ Opportunities

Day 3:

Power Point of photos from the Summit: 2012 CO RJ Summit Our Work Together in Pictures
Saturday Open Space Session Notes: Saturday Open Space session notes

What Made the Summit Unique

  • A revolutionary framework for participation that encourages learning from the collective intelligence of the group  
  • The opportunity to build relationships within the RJ community that promote and support best practices  
  • The promise of creating a Colorado RJ Professional Association to advance restorative justice practices that are rooted in research and evaluation
Click here to see a full list of 2012 CO RJ Summit presenters and their bios

The 2012 RJ Summit was driven by the needs and desires expressed by all of our participants.  Those who attended the Summit had the opportunity to: 
  • Engage with both front-line practitioners and renowned peacemakers, such as Dominic Barter, Peter Block and Robin Will
  • Connect in meaningful ways with experienced colleagues
  • Share practical solutions as part of a large learning community
  • Learn more about the use of restorative justice principles and practices and their application in the judicial system, schools, and community.

Who Attended

  • police officers 
  • peacemakers 
  • district attorneys
  • counselors
  • RJ student teams
  • social workers
  • judges
  • Students 
  • restorative justice facilitators
  • victim advocate groups
  • municipal court employees
  • community members
  • teachers & administrators
  • probation officers
  • RJ program directors
  • anyone looking to make progress with their RJ efforts 






 
Check back here often for ways to collaborate on RJ projects!
We Made It to the SUMMIT!
 


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