Thank you for your interest in receiving a training from the Restorative Justice Project at Impact Justice! We are building out our training offerings along with our National Training and Innovation Center for Restorative Justice Diversion. We strongly encourage folks to complete all steps of the toolkit before signing up for a training from us. It’s essential that everyone attending an RCC training has completed the trainings laid out in Step 1F: Interactive Learning (implicit bias, circle, etc.) and held or facilitated circles before.
- If you submitted a comment or story about your experience with A Diversion Toolkit for Communities, we really appreciate having that feedback for our own records and to incorporate into future revisions of the toolkit.
- If you submitted a question, we’d recommend taking another look at the “What If…?” sections of each step in the toolkit in the hopes that your question has already been answered there.
We wish we could respond to each question, comment, or story directly and individually. In the meantime, please check the Impact Justice Twitter page where we’ll post about public speaking events and conferences featuring Restorative Justice Project team members. Also please be sure to sign up for updates from the Restorative Justice Project.
Thank you for being part of the movement to meet survivors’ needs and end youth criminalization through restorative justice diversion! We wish you all the best and appreciate the work you do.
The Restorative Justice Project Team
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