Database of US restorative justice programs
from Sarah True at the National Council on Crime and Delinquency:
The National Council on Crime and Delinquency recently received a grant from the Office of Victims of Crime to conduct a national survey of all existing restorative justice programs and practices.
We're developing tools to gather information on the varying objectives, approaches, and processes of RJ programs across the country and are in the process of identifying who to send the survey to.
We’d like to be as inclusive as possible, and are currently including schools-based programs, juvenile justice programs, and adult justice systems programs, from pre-adjudication through reentry.
The resulting report will focus on which programs are victim-oriented and culturally responsive, as well as how they achieve this.
If there are any organizations or individuals who have created a similar repository of information, we would very much like to have access to it. We don't want to try and reinvent the wheel when there's so much good work being done. If anyone has any guidance, it would be much appreciated.
Please send any contacts, information, or questions by December 21, 2012 to Sarah True at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks very much.