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The Challenges of Restorative Justice for a Juvenile Probation Officer.

Kelley, Lance F.
June 4, 2015

Source: (2006) Justice Connections: a joint publication of NAFCM, PRASI and VOMA. 2(Fall):7.

I have been a Juvenile Probation Officer in Loudoun County, Virginia for more than five years. I am a trained restorative
justice conference facilitator as well as a trainer in restorative justice conferencing. Coming from the criminal justice system side of things – I run the Restorative Justice Program for our Juvenile Probation unit – tends to make the victim/offender conference facilitation more challenging for me. Fortunately, I have surrounded myself with seasoned professionals in this field and have continued to hone my skills through ongoing training. (excerpt)


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