Restorative Justice


Restorative Justice





Restorative Justice Program
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Mt. View AHS




Restorative Justice at Mountain View Alternative High School
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Insight Video





Dr. Dale and Kim Dockery discuss Restorative Justice and resolving conflicts
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Restorative justice practice is a philosophy based on a set of principles for responding to harm and wrongdoing. It is victim-centered, and also focuseson offender accountability to those who were harmed. Within this philosophy, wrongdoing is viewed as a violation of a person or community as well as a violation of a discipline code or public law.

Historically, restorative justice practices were used to address crimes within the justice system.  The principles have now been used in schools with positive results.  

Additional Information:

Principles of Restorative Justice

FCPS Restorative Justice General Info Packet

Restorative Justice Brochure

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Contact Information:

Stefan Mascoll, Coordinator
Student Safety and Wellness Office

Vickie Shoap,
Restorative Justice specialist

Martha Macdonald,
Restorative Justice specialist

Webpage Curator

Keyanna Williams


Last Updated

November 6, 2015