What is restorative justice?
Restorative justice is a model of justice which defines crime as a disruption of community harmony and relationships. According to the restorative model of justice, crime should be addressed within the community through active involvement by members of the community, the victim, and the offender.
Restorative justice stresses holding offenders directly accountable to victims of their crimes and to the community through repairing the harm done, and restoring the relationship between offender, victim, and community to one of harmony. Examples of restorative justice practice include victim-offender mediation, circle sentencing, family group conferencing, and reparative probation.
University of Alaska Anchorage, Justice Center (2016)
Day 1 Handout
ASD 2015 Suspension Report
October 19, 2015
ASD Sued Over Suspension Procedures
May 15, 2015
District and Schoolwide Trend Data 2012-2015
Bill Would Increase Attendance Age
February 14, 2011
University of Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Justice Forum, A Publication of the Justice Center, Vol. 30, No. 1
• Trends in Juvenile Delinquency, School Suspensions, and Expulsions (Page 1)
• School Discipline and the Zero Tolerance Approach (Page 2)
• StepUp: Helping Kids with Discipline Problems Stay in School (Page 8)
University of Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Justice Forum, A Publication of the Justice Center, Vol. 31, No. 3-4
• Restorative Justice: Theory, Processes, and Application in Rural Alaska (Page 2)