Juvenile Court Restorative Justice Diversion (JCRJD)
Class: 2013 Summer Accelerator
We divert cases from the juvenile court & engage the responsible party, impacted party & the community to collectively determine needs, responsibilities, accountability & a resolution after an offense.
JCRJD is participating in the Greater Lowell Community Foundation's Second Annual River Ride bike ride in Lowell on October 5, 2013!
Please help us meet our fundraising goal and check out our team members at:
I just wanted to share this story that I heard on NPR today. I think it helps our conversation about why restorative justice and why now.
Even the Attorney General is looking for alternatives.
RJ offers a cost savings approach while requiring accountability, not to mention it increases the satisfaction that the impacted parties fee.
Check out the story:
The Merrimack Valley Sandbox crew is a dedicated, problem-solving and caring group of people to work with. Despite technical difficulties, they were able to find a way to help me virtually participate in class today. It is because of their commitment to the Entrepreneurs that we are successful.
Thank you Sandbox (and Brad)!
JCRJD met one of its Accelerator goals!
A full grant proposal was submitted this week to a Boston based foundation.
JCRJD's Goals for the Accelerator are:
1. Complete the JCRJD website that is an informational tool for funders, foundations or community partners who would like to find out more about who we are and what we do.
2. Complete 3 Business Plan Canvases shaped around 3 different customer segments.
3. Submit a full grant proposal by July 20th.