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Calgary Community Conferencing- School component 1999-2000: A year in review.

Calhoun, Avery
June 4, 2015

Source: (2000) Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Calgary Community Conferencing.

Begun in 1998, Calgary Community Conferencing (CCC) consists of a joint initiative involving governmental and nongovernmental organizations. It take referrals from the youth justice system and the school system. This report focuses on CCC’s work with schools in 1999-2000. Data presented include the following: the number of conferences conducted and participating schools; types of incidents and referral sources; response time with respect to the incident, referral, and conference; information on the participants; the direct services provided by conferencing staff to participants; restoration agreements; school consequences for young people who participated in conferences; incidents referred but not brought to conference; and characteristics of youth participants


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