- Any case can be referred to the Restorative Justice Coordinator. The Coordinator decides if the case or situation is suitable to go through a RJ process. The RJ Coordinator will contact each participant involved with the incident to see if they will voluntarily go through the RJ process. If the Restorative Justice Coordinator deems that the case is not suitable for RJ practices, then the case will be referred back to the case office of origin.
- If participant(s) agree to the RJ process, the RJ Coordinator will schedule a time to meet with each participant to do an intake. This allows the RJ Coordinator to get to know the participant(s), hear all sides of the story.
- Once participant(s) agree to continue forward with the RJ process, the RJ Coordinator will decide which RJ practice is best and then create a plan on how to proceed. The RJ Coordinator will schedule a time when all participant(s) are able to come for the RJ practice.
*Please note: Any of the Restorative Justice Facilitators and Staff are Mandated Reporters, and information disclosed to us is not to be considered confidential. This means that information that you give us will only be shared with the appropriate assigned staff to your case, and will not be shared with any unrelated person(s). This means that if you disclose any type of crime, we are obligated and have to report it to the appropriate campus authorities.
If you have a situation or case that you think might benefit from a Restorative Justice service, please contact the Restorative Justice Coordinator listed under the Staff Information tab.