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Dominic Barter makes a point at the     
"Restorative Justice Practice from Brazil to Vermont" workshop on March 24, 2009. Photo by Martina Cavicchioli.
The MCJC sponsors special events that highlight the work of local and national/international restorative justice practitioners.
"Dominic Barter's workshop was probably
the most valuable workshop I have ever attended
(and at age 56, I've been to quite a few)."

"What a great day!
It makes me want to be more creative in what I do!"

The MCJC offers its services to manage potential or actual public conflicts by designing processes to disseminate accurate, unbiased information and by offering neutral facilitation of structured dialogue. The MCJC trains and supervises volunteer service providers in conferencing, mediation, and Restorative Justice Panel processes.
We have six Montpelier Restorative Justice Panel meetings a month, plus one each in Waterbury and Northfield, where trained volunteers meet with people who have been sentenced to reparative probation and their victims to talk about what happened, identify who was harmed and how, and collaboratively create an agreement to make amends and not reoffend. Click here for the Restorative Justice Panel meeting schedule.

The Citizen Advisory Board meets the third Tuesday of January, March, May, June, September and November. Meetings are open to the public; call 223-9606 to confirm meeting time and place. Click here for the latest agenda: upload/groups/289/files/agenda_9-9-14.doc

The MCJC offers specific training for volunteers, delivers conflict resolution training for a variety of audiences,  and organizes presentations for the community on topics related to crime and conflict. There are no trainings scheduled at this time.