Center for Restorative Justice

The USD Center for Restorative Justice promotes research, teaching, training, and technical assistance for restorative justice projects in higher education as well as K-12 schools, communities, and the criminal justice system.

The Center for Restorative Justice

Restorative justice focuses on the harm caused by misconduct, or crime, enabling those affected to identify responses that best meet their needs.

The Center for RJ provides…
  • Facilitator trainings on restorative practices
  • Educational resources, presentations, and coursework on best practices in restorative justice
  • Consultation and facilitation to institutions seeking a restorative response to harmful incidents
  • Networking groups/learning communities
  • Research on innovative practice and evaluation of restorative programs

Stay Informed

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  • Campus RJ (General interest in RJ in higher education)
  • Campus PRISM (RJ and Title IX)
  • RJ and Bias
  • RJNCC (RJ Network of Catholic Campuses)
  • Rx for RJ (RJ for Education in Health Professions)
  • Capital Region K-12 (RJ for schools in the New York Capital Region)

Events

TRAINING

Campus Restorative Justice Across Student Affairs for Catholic Campuses
July 29-31, 2019
Loyola University Maryland

Information & Registration

TRAINING

Campus Restorative Justice Across Student Affairs
November 13-15, 2019
University of San Diego

Information & Registration Coming Soon

 

Resources

 

David Karps book cover. Titled "The Little Book of Restorative Justice for Schools and Universities." "Repairing harm and rebuilding trust in response to student misconduct."

Order copies from Good Books.