Community Member Training

At LCJP, we use the Community Group Conference (CGC) model of Restorative Justice. This model brings together a group of people involved in conflict including crime victims, offenders, support people, community members, police officers, and facilitators. This CGC talks about what happened, the harms that have resulted, and how to repair those harms. The Community Member Role is the first role in the CGC that we train volunteers to fill. If you are interested in learning Restorative Practices, but don't want to volunteer, you're also welcome at this training.

You will learn:

How to be a Community Member in a Community Group Conference

How to talk about the impacts of crime and conflict on the community

How to ask questions for understanding the impacts of crime and conflict

How to brainstorm ideas for repairing the harmful impacts of crime and conflict

The prerequisite for the Community Member Training is the Restorative Practices Orientation.

SVVSD employees and people making a minimum 1 year commitment to Volunteer with LCJP may attend this training for free. Please visit our Volunteer Program page (click here) for more information or contact Jessica Goldberg at jessica@lcjp.org or 303-776-1527.

                     “LCJP builds community through collaborative and inclusive restorative practices and gives people the opportunity to heal and create justice in their community and the world.”

 

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Longmont Community Justice Partnership

528 Main St. Longmont, CO 80501

Office: 303.776.1527

info@lcjp.org

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