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Welcome! We are a nonprofit partnership of community members and police departments that offers restorative justice in the wake of crime. Our aim is to provide a process by which victims are heard and understood, offenders take responsibility for harm, and where loved ones and community members offer support.

This site describes who we are, what we do, how to become involved, and ways to offer and sustain restorative justice in your community.

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C4RJ Annual Meeting. Join us November 5, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at Acton Town Hall, 472 Main St.

 

 

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Here's the latest:

  • Our Fall 2014 newsletter is out, featuring Toasts and Boasts and our ongoing work with restortaive practices in the Malden Public Schools.
  • We had an exciting "Virtual Town Hall" on June 18 covering RJ legislation in Massachusetts. Guests: Middlesex DA Marian Ryan, Hon. John Cratsley (ret.), Chief Robert Bongiorno (Bedford). Audio recording now available. Action tool to engage your legislators is provided. Recent interview with two program directors, including C4RJ's, posted.
  • Read all about it! C4RJ is featured in the Wellesley-Weston magazine Spring 2014 issue.
  • Check out this article covering the latest on SB52: An Act Promoting Restorative Justice Practices.
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Toasts and Boasts!

 

In June we celebrated the dedication and many accomplishments of our volunteers, who work tirelessly with people affected by crime. A few of them posed below, including, from left to right, front row, Betsey Woods, JJ Durham, Carolyn Gold, and Terri Ackerman. Middle row: Jim Tabner, Al Carpenter, Jon Byrd, June Adams Johnson, Susan Ellsworth, Joel Andrews, Bridget Saltonstall, and Susan Hurwitz. Back rows, Bill Roop, Chris Sanders, Bob McGowan, Lloyd Resnick, and Kathrin Winkler. (c) 2014 Richard Pasley/All Rights Reserved


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