Restorative Justice in the 21st Century

Work experience and employment youth as drug

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Unformatted text preview: ining; youth and family mediation; outdoor challenge programs; mentoring and “Big Brother” programs; remedial education. Work experience and employment; youth as drug educators, drug researchers; youth as recreational aides; youth develop cultural education projects; youth as school conflict mediators; conservation; recycling and community beautification projects; intergenerational service projects with the elderly; cross age tutoring (juvenile offenders teach younger children); educational action teams; peer counseling; leadership development; family living skills; cognitive restructuring, anger management and decision making skill training. Values and Assumptions Balanced and Restorative Justice for Juveniles 29 C. Enhancing Public Safety: Community Protection in a Balanced and Restorative Model Values and Assumptions. Traditionally, juvenile justice professionals have been unable to articulate a clear role for the system in enhancing public safety. As a result, the juvenile court...
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