This is not new but it is always good to see. Tribal justice: what does it look like? Read about the use of restorative justice amongst the Yurok Tribe. This link from The Tulalip News.
Read this story about the Nelson Police Department in BC and its support for restorative justice. Increasingly law enforcement around the world is choosing restorative justice because it works.
From the Middlebrough News, restorative justice continues to impact the lives of offenders and victims alike.
RJI is pleased to hear that California Governor Jerry Brown has signed SB 926 by Senator Jim Beall which will extend the statute of limitations for most crimes of childhood sexual abuse.
You never know who you might meet at an airport, especially busy Chicago O’Hare International Airport.
RJI appreciates the opinion piece by civil rights activist John D. Due, Jr. He’s right. Restorative justice is a win-win for communities. Community policing is a reflection of restorative justice values.
Boulder County, Colorado District Attorney has secured $500,000 to use for restorative justice for juvenile offenders. RJI commends this district attorney. This should just be the start, however.
RJI appreciates the good and important work being done in Queensland, Australia through Prison Fellowship-Queensland.
Sir Charles Pollard, former Chief Constable of the Thames Valley Police, one of Britain’s largest police forces, is a strong advocate of restorative justice.
Since the shooting death of an 18-year old unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by a white police officer on August 9, 2014 the 24-hour news cycle has never stopped covering events in Ferguson, Missouri, a suburb of 21,000 outside of St. Louis.