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Advisory Board Antony Bugg-Levine CEO, Nonprofit Finance Fund Ces Butner President/CEO, Speakeasy Ales & Lagers Dr. Todd Clear Provost, Rutgers University and past Board Chair of National Council on Crime & Delinquency Maeghan Gilmore Program Director for Health, Human and Justice Services, National Association of Counties Frankie Guzman Counsel, National Center for Youth Law Chet … Continued

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Administrative/Executive Assistant

About Impact Justice Impact Justice is a non-profit innovation and research center committed to reducing the number of people involved in our criminal justice system, improving conditions for those who remain incarcerated, providing meaningful opportunities for successful re-entry, and attending to crime victims’ needs. Home to some of the foremost leaders in juvenile justice, violence … Continued

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How can restorative justice be used in cases involving sexual harm?

Impact Justice’s Restorative Justice Project team members presented two webinars in April 2018 and one in July 2018 addressing restorative justice and sexual harm. IJ’s nuri nusrat and Jenny Poretz presented a webinar with Robert J Howard III called “How Do We Use Restorative Justice to Transform a Culture of Sexual Harm?” that was hosted … Continued

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Martin Bell

Martin Bell brings more than 20 years of experience in leading talent attraction and human resources functions across a variety of industries. A desire to give back to the community brought him to work with Impact Justice on a half-time basis, where he is responsible for designing, implementing, and managing innovative people-focussed initiatives that help … Continued

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Department Succeeds in Reducing Both Out-of-Home Placements, Racial Disparities

There is important new evidence that reducing out-of-home placements — while also reducing disparities for racial and ethnic minorities — is an achievable goal for the juvenile justice system. The removal of minors from their home, ostensibly for their rehabilitation, often results in additional difficulties in their schooling, future employment and overall well-being — especially … Continued

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Michela Bowman

Michela Bowman has been the Co-Director of the National Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Resource Center (PRC) since its inception in 2010. The PRC is funded through a cooperative agreement between the Bureau of Justice Assistance at the Office of Justice Programs in the Department of Justice (DOJ), and Impact Justice. The PRC is charged … Continued

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Kerry Brett

Diverse work and life experiences have shaped Kerry Brett into a service-minded problem solver. Prior to joining Impact Justice, she provided administrative and accounting support for several corporations including Warner Bros., HBO, and The OutCast Agency. She then became interested in utilizing her skills in the nonprofit sector, where she can contribute to creating positive … Continued

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Tinker Bell: An Example of Restorative Justice Diversion

In this extended interview from the World Trust documentary Healing Justice, sujatha describes what happens when a young person’s car theft case is diverted to a restorative justice process. Initially, the person harmed wants $4,000 from the youth who is responsible. Through the Restorative Community Conference, a transformative moment shifts the victim’s need for healing … Continued