Mary M. Cook, Tara E. Fritsch, Michele C. Palmer, Julianne T. Radish
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As members of the University of Dayton Social Justice Club, our group carried out a semester long project focused on Restorative Justice in conjunction with the Montgomery County Mentoring Collaborative. We were assigned to Belmont School and each given a young girl to work with. Each young girl we were paired with had a history with incriminating behavior. Our responsibility included talking with our partner and helping them claim responsibility for their actions. Additionally, we talked through previous decisions and their consequences to encourage the girls to start thinking about the impact of their actions.
Margaret M Strain
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"Restorative Justice: The Alternative Outlet for Criminal Behavior" (2015). Stander Symposium Posters. 584.
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