Human Relations Commission
What is Restorative Justice?
"Restorative justice is a process to involve, to the extent possible, those who have a stake in a specific offense and to collectively identify and address harms, needs and obligations, in order to heal and put things as right as possible."
What was the purpose of this summit?
"The purpose of this summit is to raise awareness about Restorative Justice and Restorative Practices and the benefits to the community including victims, offenders, and society. The goal is to mobilize community members, practitioners, and system stakeholders to expand the use of Restorative Justice and Restorative Practices principles across the San Diego region."
On February 2016, The San Diego Restorative Justice and Practices Summit brought together over 450 people from across the region to learn and apply the principles of this process back in the San Diego community.
If you are interested in learning more information, the program agenda and media presentations from the summit are available on this page.
Program Agenda: 2016-summit-programagenda.pdf
Mayor Faulconer Opening Statement:
Opening Comments & Additional Presentations
Other Stakeholder Agencies
"Criminal Justice System-based Programs for Juveniles" (48:38)
"Influencing Systems Change" (2:33:15)
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Robert Ross, President & CEO, The California Endowment: 2016-summit-drrossppt.ppt
Criminal Justice System-based Programs for Juveniles 2016-summit-communitycourts.pdf
Keynote Speaker: Jane Stevens, Founder/Publisher ACEsConnection, 2016-summit-aces.pptx
Workshop Sessions: Skills and Strategies
RJ 101 Introduction to Restorative Justice (PowerPoint) 2016-summit-rj101.pptx
Trauma Informed Community/Restorative Practices in Schools 2016-summit-trauma_informed_community_schools.pdf
Influencing Systems Change (PowerPoint) 2016-summit-influencing_systems_change.pptx
Defining and Measuring Success 2016-summit-defining_and_measuring_success.pdf
The Circle Process 2016-summit-circleprocess.pptx