Restorative Justice Training

**Participants may register for RJ 101 Training and/or the Intro to RJ in Schools Special Workshop**

Restorative Justice 101 Training (16 hours)

Dates: June 10, 11, 2020

Postponed TBD

Time: 9 am to 5 pm

Location: TBD

This two-day training will engage participants on the foundational theory, principles, and values of Restorative Justice. This workshop blends presentation, conversation, and activities to explore different frameworks of justice, the needs of different stakeholders when harm occurs, and various restorative practices. This workshop will be taught by CMD staff.

Intro to Restorative Justice in Schools Special Workshop (4 hours)

Dates: June 12, 2020

Postponed TBD

Time: 

Location: Beaverton Building, Council Chambers

Restorative justice in schools continues to gain momentum across the US and abroad as schools recognize the limitations and challenges of punitive discipline and strive to create equitable, inclusive, and trauma-informed communities. During this half-day training, participants will gain an understanding of the various applications and practices of restorative justice in schools on all three tiers (prevention, intervention, and restoration), explore the need for and impact of restorative justice in schools, learn about a model for successful implementation, and engage in experiential activities and group discussion. Further training is recommended for those interested in facilitating restorative justice processes. 

This workshop will be taught by guest presenters Raphi Miller and Cara Walsh who have extensive experience in this field.

Raphaelle (Raphi) Miller

Photo of Raphi Miller.

In her work as a restorative justice practitioner, trainer, coach and consultant, Raphi supports schools in system-wide implementation of restorative justice practices. Raphi works collaboratively to advance restorative justice in education through participation in regional collective impact initiatives. Currently, Raphi works with Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice in southern Oregon as the Director of Education and School Services. She graduated magna cum laude from Southern Oregon University with her B.A. in Human Communication, and certificates in Conflict Resolution and the Management of Human Resources. She is anticipating the completion of her Master’s in Public Administration from University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 2020.

Cara Walsh 

Photo of Cara .Walsh

Currently with Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice as the Director of Restorative Justice, Cara has been working to support the development, implementation, and delivery of restorative justice services in southern Oregon since 2010. She provides training, consultation, facilitation, and program development within criminal justice, education, youth correctional, and community settings to support institutions in making systemic and cultural changes through restorative justice implementation. She provides local, state, and regional leadership on restorative justice through advisory councils, coalitions, and coordinating committees. Her professional and educational experience is grounded in her passion for creating and facilitating integrative opportunities and experiences for community engagement, 

Five-day RJ Training (35 hours)

Date / Time: September 25, 26, 30 and October 1,2, 2020 at 9 am - 4 pm 

Location: Beaverton Building, Council Chambers

This five-day training on Restorative Justice dialogue will train you on how to facilitate conversations between youth offenders and crime victims who wish to sit together and discuss what happened, what the impact was, and what can be done to make things right. Two days will focus on restorative justice principles, and three days will focus on facilitating dialogue process and practice. Training is open to participants who are interested in volunteer opportunities in Washington, Multnomah, or Clackamas County.

Registration is required