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A Participatory Approach to Violent Crime

Monday, February 27, 2012

 

Danielle Sered, founder of Common Justice, has implemented a new model for responding to harm that is cost-effective, equitable, and addresses the need for healing. Her premise is that a justice system that truly listened to the full range of victims would lead to better outcomes for all of us, including those responsible for crime.

In this teleconference hosted by NJJN, Ms. Sered discusses her restorative justice-based, victim-centered, alternative-to-incarceration process for serious felony cases in Brooklyn, NY that involve older youth and those they harm.

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