Restorative Justice: The Promise and Challenges of a Victim-Based Response to Crime

In its 14th season, Great Conversations has brought speakers and performers of distinction into homes in our community for engaging and thought-provoking discussions in an intimate setting. This year, we have gone virtual and invite you to join us for a Zoom conversation featuring Dr. Jennifer Lanterman, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice as she explores restorative justice.

Restorative Justice: The Promise and Challenges of a Victim-Based Response to Crime

Restorative justice is a response to crime that brings together victims, offenders, and other relevant parties to collectively resolve how to respond to crime-related harm. Research demonstrates a range of benefits experienced by victims and recidivism reduction among offenders who participate in restorative practices. Restorative justice may confer benefits to all participants, but there are challenges that must be addressed to maximize those benefits.

Join us for a virtual discussion followed by a Q&A with Jennifer. Advanced registration is required to obtain Zoom link.

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Platform: Zoom

Advanced registration for Zoom link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/great-conversations-featuring-jennifer-lanterman-tickets-135922199959

Friday, April 16 at 6:00 pm

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