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Appendix A: For More Information

Organizations

Balanced and Restorative Justice Project
A joint project of the Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation, School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, and the Community Justice Institute, College of Urban and Public Affairs, Florida Atlantic University, funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice, Grant 95-JN-FX-0024.

Community Justice Institute
Florida Atlantic University
College of Urban and Public Affairs
University Tower, Room 612C
220 East Second Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
954-762-5668
954-762-5693 (Fax)
E-Mail: bazemor@acc.fau.edu
Contact: Gordon Bazemore, Director

Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation
University of Minnesota, School of Social Work
386 McNeal Hall
1985 Buford Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108-6144
612-624-4923
612-625-8224 (Fax)
E-Mail: ctr4rjm@che2.che.umn.edu
Internet: http://ssw.che.umn.edu/rjp/default.html
Newsletter: Balanced and Restorative Justice Project Update

National Restorative Justice Training Institute
Contact: Mark Umbreit, Director

American Probation and Parole Association
P.O. Box 11910
Lexington, KY 40578
606-244-8203
E-Mail: appa@csg.org
Internet: http://www.appa-net.org
Journal: Perspectives

American Youth Policy Forum
1001 Connecticut Avenue NW., Suite 719
Washington, DC 20036-5541
202-775-9731
E-Mail: aypf@aypf
Internet: http://www.aypf.org

Campaign for Equity-Restorative Justice
111 High Street
Brattleboro, VT 05301
802-254-2826
E-Mail: jwlmrdng@sover.net

Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies
Fresno Pacific University
1717 South Chestnut Avenue
Fresno, CA 93702
209-453-2064
209-252-4800 (Fax)

Center for Youth Development and Policy Research
Academy for Educational Development
1875 Connecticut Avenue NW., Suite 900
Washington, DC 20009
202-862-1267
E-Mail: cyd@aed.org
Internet: http://www.aed.org

Church Council on Justice & Corrections
507 Bank Street
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1Z5
Canada
613-563-1688

Coalition for Juvenile Justice
1211 Connecticut Avenue NW., Suite 414
Washington, DC 20036
202-467-0864
202-887-0738 (Fax)
E-Mail: JuvJustice@aol.com
Internet: http://www.nassembly.org
Newsletter: Juvenile Justice Monitor

Community Policing Consortium
1726 M Street NW., Suite 801
Washington, DC 20036
800-833-3085
202-530-0639 (Publications)
202-833-9295 (Fax)
E-Mail: nsapubs@communitypolicing.org
Internet: http://www.communitypolicing.org
Newsletter: Community Policing Exchange

Conflict Transformation Program
Eastern Mennonite University
1200 Park Road
Harrisonburg, VA 22802-2462
540-432-4490
E-Mail: webmaster@emu.edu
Internet: http://www.emu.edu/ctp/ctp.html

Correctional Options
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, VT 05671-1001
802-241-2796
E-Mail: mdooley@doc.state.vt.us

Family and Corrections Network
32 Oak Grove Road
Palmyra, VA 22963
804-589-3036
804-589-6520 (Fax)
E-Mail: fcn@cstone.net
Internet: http://www.fcnetwork.org
Newsletter: Family and Corrections Network Report

Genesee Justice Program/Victim Assistance Program
Genesee County Sheriff's Department
County Building 1
Batavia, NY 14020
716-344-2550, ext. 2216

Institute for Economic & Restorative Justice
P.O. Box 262
Voorheesville, NY 12186
518-765-2468
E-Mail: gzellig@global2000.net

Justice Fellowship
P.O. Box 16069
Washington, DC 20041-6069
703-904-7312
Newsletter: Justice Report

Mennonite Central Committee, Canada
Victim Offender Ministries
P.O. Box 2038
Clearbrook, British Columbia V2T 3T8
Canada
604-850-6639
604-850-8734 (Fax)
E-Mail: mccbcvom@web.apc.org
Newsletter: Accord

Mennonite Central Committee, U.S.
Office of Community Justice
P.O. Box 500
21 South 12th Street
Akron, PA 17501
717-859-3889
E-Mail: mailbox@mcc.org
Journal: Conciliation Quarterly

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
P.O. Box 541688
Dallas, TX 75354-1688
800-GET-MADD (800-438-6233)
E-Mail: info@madd.org
Internet: http://www.madd.org

Murder Victims Families for Reconciliation
P.O. Box 208
Atlantic, VA 23303-0208
757-824-0948
Internet: members.aol.com/fcadp/archives/mvfr.htm

National Center for Conflict Resolution Education
110 West Main Street
Urbana, IL 61801
800-308-9419
217-384-4322 (Fax)
E-Mail: info@nccre.org
Internet: http://www.nccre.org

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
P.O. Box 8970
Reno, NV 89507
or
Third Floor
1041 North Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89557
702-784-6012
Internet: http://www.ncjfcj.unr.edu
Journal: Juvenile and Family Court Judges Journal

National Service Learning Clearinghouse
University of Minnesota
Department of Work, Community, and Family
1954 Buford Avenue, Room R-460
St. Paul, MN 55108
800-808-SERV (800-808-7378)
612-625-6277 (Fax)
E-Mail: serve@tc.umn.edu

National Institute of Justice
810 Seventh Street NW.
Washington, DC 20531
202-307-2942
Journal: National Institute of Justice Journal
Internet: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/

For NIJ journal and catalog, please contact:

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)
NCJRS User Services
Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849-6000
800-851-3420
E-Mail: askjj@ncjrs.org
Internet: http://www.ncjrs.org/

National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA)
1757 Park Road NW.
Washington, DC 20010
800-TRY-NOVA (800-879-6682)
202-232-NOVA (202-232-6682)
202-462-2255 (Fax)
E-Mail: nova@try-nova.org
Internet: http://www.try-nova.org
Newsletter: NOVA Newsletter

National Resource Center for Youth Mediation
The New Mexico Center for Dispute Resolution
800 Park Avenue SW.
Albuquerque, NM 87102-3017
800-24YOUTH (800-249-6884)
505-247-0571
505-242-5966 (Fax)
E-Mail: nmcdr@igc.apc.org
Newsletter: Dispute Resolution News

National Resource Center for Youth Services
College of Continuing Education
University of Oklahoma
202 West Eighth Street
Tulsa, OK 74119-1419
800-274-2687 (Information Center)
E-Mail: hlock@ou.edu
Internet: http://www.nrcys.ou.edu/

National Victim Center
2111 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300
Arlington, VA 22201
703-276-2880
Info-link: 800-FYI-CALL (800-394-2255)
(Information Line)
E-Mail: nvc@mail.nvc.org
Internet: http://www.ncvc.org/
Newsletter: NetWorks

National Youth As Resources Network
National Crime Prevention Council
1700 K Street NW., Eighth Floor
Washington, DC 20006-3817
202-466-6272
202-296-1356 (Fax)
E-Mail: farmbry@ncpc.org
Internet: http://www.ncpc.org
Contact: Maria T. Nagorski, Deputy Director

National Youth Leadership Council
1910 West Country Road B
St. Paul, MN 55113
800-FON-NYLC (800-366-6952)
651-631-3672
651-631-2955 (Fax)
E-Mail: nylcusa@aol.com
Internet: http://www.nylc.org

Neighbors Who Care
P.O. Box 16079
Washington, DC 20041
703-904-7311
E-Mail: Llampman@neighborswhocare.org

The Network: Interaction for Conflict Resolution
Conrad Grebel College
Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G6
Canada
519-885-0880
519-885-0806 (Fax)
E-Mail: nicr@watserv1.uwaterloo.ca
Newsletter: Interaction
Internet: http://www.nicr.ca/

Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)
810 Seventh Street NW., Eighth Floor
Washington, DC 20531
202-616-6573 or 202-307-5983
800-627-6872 (Clearinghouse)
Newsletter: OVC Advocate: Advocating for the Fair Treatment of Crime Victims
Internet: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
810 Seventh Street NW.
Washington, DC 20531
202-307-0751
800-638-8736 (Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse)
301-251-5212 (Fax)
800-638-8736 (Fax-on-Demand: Select 1 for automated ordering, select 2 for fax-on-demand instructions.)
Internet: ../../../index.html
Journal: Juvenile Justice
Listserv: JUVJUST

To subscribe to JUVJUST:
e-mail to leave the subject line blank type subscribe juvjust your name
or write:
Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse/NCJRS
Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849-6000
800-638-8736
E-Mail: askjj@ncjrs.org
Internet: OJJDP

Presbyterian Criminal Justice Program
100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202-1396
502-569-5810
E-Mail: parti@pcusa.org
Contact: Kathy Lancaster
(Contact for "Restoring Justice" videotape.)
Newsletter: Justice Jottings

Public/Private Ventures
399 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-592-9099
Newsletter: Public/Private Ventures News

REAL JUSTICE
P.O. Box 229
Bethlehem, PA 18016
610-807-9221
E-Mail: usa@realjustice.org
Internet: http://www.realjustice.org
Newsletter: REAL JUSTICE Forum: A family group conferencing newsletter

Restorative Justice Association
Oregon Council on Crime & Delinquency
2530 Fairmount Boulevard
Eugene, OR 97403
541-484-2468
541-484-0729 (Fax)

Restorative Justice Initiative
Minnesota Department of Corrections
1450 Energy Park Drive, Suite 200
St. Paul, MN 55108-5219
651-642-0329
651-642-0457 (Fax)
Internet: http://www.corr.state.mn.us/
Newsletter: Restorative Justice Newsletter

Restorative Justice Institute
P.O. Box 16301
Washington, DC 20041-6301
703-404-1246
703-404-4213 (Fax)
E-Mail: grichardjd@aol.com
Newsletter: Full Circle

Restorative Justice Project
Fresno Pacific University
1717 South Chestnut Avenue
Fresno, CA 93702
209-453-2064
209-252-4800 (Fax)
E-Mail: pacs@fresno.edu

Search Institute
Thresher Square West, Suite 210
700 South Third Street
Minneapolis, MN 55415-1138
800-888-7828
E-Mail: si@search-institute.org
Internet: http://www.search-institute.org
Magazine: Assets

Victim Offender Mediation Association (VOMA)
c/o Restorative Justice Institute
P.O. Box 16301
Washington, DC 20041-6301
703-404-1246
703-404-4213 (Fax)
E-Mail: voma@voma.org
Internet: http://www.voma.org
Newsletter: VOMA Quarterly

Victim Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP) Information and Resource Center
19813 Northeast 13th Street
Camas, WA 98607-7612
360-260-1551
360-260-1563 (Fax)
E-Mail: martyprice@vorp.com
Internet: http://www.vorp.com

YouthBuild USA
58 Day Street
P.O. Box 40322
Somerville, MA 02144
617-623-9900
E-Mail: webmaster@youthbuild.org
Internet: http://www.youthbuild.org
Newsletter: The YouthBuild Bulletin

Books and Publications

Book Chapters, Journal Articles

Bazemore, G. 1991. New concepts and alternative practice in community supervision of juvenile offenders: Rediscovering work experience and competency development. Journal of Crime and Justice 14(2):27-52.

Bazemore, G. 1994. Developing a victim orientation for community corrections: A restorative justice paradigm and a balanced mission. Perspectives: Special Issue 18(3):19-24.

Bazemore, G. 1997 (Winter). What's new about the balanced approach? Juvenile and Family Court Journal 48(1):1-22.

Bazemore, G. 1997. Circles, boards, conferences and mediation: Scouting the new wave in community justice decisionmaking. Federal Probation 61(2):25-37.

Bazemore, G., and Maloney, D. 1994. Rehabilitating community service: Toward restorative service in a balanced justice system. Federal Probation 58:24-35.

Bazemore, G., and Quinn, T. 1996. Boot camps or work camps? A restorative justice approach to residential programming. In Juvenile and Adult Bootcamps. American Correctional Association.

Bazemore, G., and Schiff, M. 1996. Community justice/restorative justice: Prospects for a new social ecology for community corrections. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 20(2):311-335.

Bazemore, G., and Senjo, S. 1997. Police encounters with juveniles revisited: An exploratory study of themes and styles in community policing. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 20(1):60-82.

Bazemore, G., and Umbreit, M.S. 1995. Rethinking the sanctioning function in juvenile court: Retributive or restorative responses to youth crime. Crime and Delinquency 41(3):296-316.

Brown, M., and Polk, K. 1996. Taking fear of crime seriously: The Tasmanian approach to community crime prevention. Crime and Delinquency 42 (3):398-420.

Guarino-Ghezzi, S. 1994. Reintegrative police surveillance of juvenile offenders: Forging an urban model. Crime and Delinquency 40(2):131-153.

Guarino-Ghezzi, S., and Klein, A. 1997. Protecting community: The public safety role in restorative juvenile justice. In Restoring Juvenile Justice, edited by G. Bazemore and L. Walgrave. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Harris, M.K. 1987. Moving into the new millennium: Toward a feminist vision of justice. The Prison Journal 67(2):27-38.

Immarigeon, R. 1997. The impact of restorative justice sanctions on crime victims. In Restoring Juvenile Justice, edited by G. Bazemore and L. Walgrave. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Klein, A. 1989. The curse of caseload management. Perspectives 13(1):27-28.

Klein, A. 1991. Restitution and community work service: Promising core ingredients for effective intensive supervision programming. In Intensive Interventions With High-Risk Youths: Promising Approaches in Juvenile Probation and Parole, edited by T. Armstrong. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Maloney, D., and Bazemore, G. 1994. Making a difference: Community service helps heal troubled youths. Corrections Today (December):75-76, 78-79, 82-84, 149.

Maloney, D., Romig, D., and Armstrong, T. 1988. Juvenile probation: The balanced approach. Juvenile Family Court Journal 39(3):1-57. (Also reprinted in 1989 as part of Juvenile Justice Textbook Series. National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, P.O. Box 8970, Reno, NV 89507).

Maloney, D., and Umbreit, M. 1995. Managing change: Toward a balanced and restorative justice model. Perspectives (Spring):43-46.

McShane, M.D., and Williams, F.P. 1992. Radical victimology: A critique of the concept of victim in traditional victimology. Crime and Delinquency 32(2):258-272.

Moore, D.B. 1996. Criminal action-official reaction: affect theory, criminology, and criminal justice. In Knowing Feeling, edited by D.L. Nathanson. New York, NY: W.W. Norton.

Neimeyer, M., and Shichor, D. 1996. A preliminary study of a large victim offender reconciliation program. Federal Probation 60(3):30-34.

Nugent, W.R., and Paddock, J.B. 1995. The effect of victim-offender mediation on severity of reoffense. Mediation Quarterly 12(4):353-367.

Pranis, K. 1997. Communities and the justice system: Turning the relationship upside down. VOMA Quarterly. Washington, DC: The Restorative Justice Institute.

Pranis, K. 1997. The Minnesota restorative justice initiative: A model experience. The Crime Victim Report 1(2). Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Quinn, T.J. 1996. Restoring Justice in America's Counties. Washington, DC: National Institute of Justice.

Quinn, T.J. 1997. Restorative justice addresses overall goal of justice. The Crime Victim Report 1(2). Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Reske, H.J. 1995. Victim-offender mediation catching on. ABA Journal (February):14-15.

Rubin, T.H. 1997. Restitution helps victims and offenders but needs review. The Crime Victim Report 1(1). Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Schiff, M. 1997. Effects of restorative justice interventions on offenders. In Restoring Juvenile Justice, edited by G. Bazemore and L. Walgrave. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Schneider, A.L. 1986. Restitution and recidivism rates of juvenile offenders: Results from four experimental studies. Criminology 23(3):533-552.

Schneider, A.L., and Schneider, P.R. 1984. Comparison of programmatic and 'ad hoc' restitution. Justice Quarterly 1:259-547.

Schneider, P.R. 1983. Juvenile restitution as a sole sanction or condition of probation: An empirical analysis. Journal of Research in Crime & Delinquency 19(1):47-65.

Schneider, P.R., and Bazemore, G. 1985. Research on restitution: A guide to rational decision making. In The Guide to Juvenile Restitution, edited by A.L. Schneider. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Stuart, B.D. 1996. Circle sentencing in Canada: A partnership of the community and the criminal justice system. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 20(2).

Umbreit, M.S. 1994. Victim empowerment through mediation: The impact of victim-offender mediation in four cities. Perspectives 18(3):25-28.

Umbreit, M.S. 1995. The development and impact of victim-offender mediation in the United States. Mediation Quarterly 12(3):263-276.

Umbreit, M.S. 1995. Holding juvenile offenders accountable: A restorative justice perspective. Juvenile and Family Court Journal (Spring):31-42.

Umbreit, M.S. 1997. Restorative justice: Interventions' impact varies, manner of implementation critical. The Crime Victim Report 1(2). Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Umbreit, M.S., and Carey, M. 1995. Restorative justice: Implications for organizational change. Federal Probation 59(1):47-54.

Umbreit, M.S., and Coates, R.B. 1993. Cross-site analysis of victim-offender mediation in four states. Crime & Delinquency 39(4):565-585.

Umbreit, M.S., and Niemeyer, M. 1996. Victim offender mediation: From the margins toward the mainstream. Perspectives (Summer):28-30.

Umbreit, M.S. and Stacey, S.L. 1996. Family group conferencing comes to the U.S.: A comparison with victim-offender mediation. Juvenile & Family Court Journal 47(2):29-38.

Umbreit, M.S., and Zehr, H. 1996. Restorative family group conferences: differing models and guidelines for practice Federal Probation 60(3):24-29.

Books and Monographs

Adler, C., and Wundersitz, J., eds. 1994. Family Conferencing and Juvenile Justice: The Way Forward or Misplaced Optimism? Canberra, Australia: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Barajas, E., ed. 1996. Community Justice: Striving for Safe, Secure, and Just Communities. National Institute of Corrections, U.S. Department of Justice.

Bard, M., and Sangrey, D. 1986. The Crime Victim's Book. Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press.

Bazemore, G., Pranis, K., and Umbreit, M. 1997. Balanced and Restorative Justice for Juveniles: A Framework for Juvenile Justice in the 21st Century. Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation. St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota.

Bazemore, G., and Umbreit, M. 1994. Balanced and Restorative Justice. Program Summary. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Bazemore, G., and Walgrave, L. 1997. Restoring Juvenile Justice. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Boles, A.B., and Patterson, J.C. 1997. Improving Community Response to Crime Victims: An Eight-Step Model for Developing Protocol. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Braithewaite, J. 1989. Crime, Shame and Reintegration. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Burnside, J., and Baker, N. 1994. Relational Justice: Repairing the Breach. Winchester, England: Waterside Press.

Butts, J.A., and Snyder, H.N. 1991. Restitution and Juvenile Recidivism. Pittsburgh, PA: National Center for Juvenile Justice.

Communities: Mobilizing against crime. Making partnerships work. 1996 (August). National Institute of Justice Journal. (Contact NCJRS, listed above, for a copy of this issue.)

Davis, R.C., Lurigio, A.J., and Skogan, W.G. 1997. Victims of Crime. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Finn, P., and Lee, B. 1987. Serving Crime Victims and Witnesses. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice.

Galaway, B., and Hudson, J., eds. 1990. Criminal Justice, Restitution and Reconciliation. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Galaway, B., and Hudson, J., eds. 1996. Restorative Justice: An International Perspective. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Gilligan, J. 1996. Violence. New York, NY: G.P. Putnam's Sons.

Hudson, J., Morris, A., Maxwell, G., and Galaway, B., eds. 1996. Family Group Conferences: Perspectives on Policy & Practice. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Immarigeon, R. 1994. Reconciliation Between Victims and Imprisoned Offenders: Program Models and Issues. Akron, PA: Mennonite Central Committee, U.S.

Klein, A. 1996. Alternative Sentencing: A Practitioner's Guide. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Publishing Company.

Lampman, L., ed. 1996. Helping a Neighbor in Crisis. Washington, DC: Neighbors Who Care.

McKnight, J. 1995. The Careless Society: Community and Its Counterfeits. New York, NY: Basic Books.

Messmer, H., and Otto, H-U., eds. 1992. Restorative Justice on Trial: Pitfalls and Potentials of Victim-Offender Mediation -- International Research Perspectives. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape. 1996. Victim Empowerment: Bridging the Systems of Mental Health and Victim Service Providers. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime.

Schneider, A.L. 1985. Guide to Juvenile Restitution. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Schneider, A.L. 1990. Deterrence and Juvenile Crime: Results From a National Policy Experiment. New York: Springer-Verlag.

Spungen, D. 1997. Homicide: The Hidden Victims, a Guide for Professionals. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Stoneman, D., and Calvert, J. 1990. Youthbuild: A Manual for the Implementation of the Housing-Related Enhanced Work Experience Program. New York, NY: The Coalition for Twenty Million Dollars.

Umbreit, M.S. 1994. Victim Meets Offender: The Impact of Restorative Justice and Mediation. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Umbreit, M.S. 1995. Mediating Interpersonal Conflicts: A Pathway to Peace. West Concord, MN: CPI Publishing.

Umbreit, M.S., and Greenwood, J. 1997. Guidelines for Victim Sensitive Victim Offender Mediation. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime.

Van Ness, D.W. 1986. Crime and Its Victims. Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity Press.

Van Ness, D.W., and Strong, K. 1997. Restoring Justice. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Publishing.

Viano, E.C. 1990. The Victimology Handbook. New York, NY: Garland Publishing.

Wright, M. 1996. Justice for Victims and Offenders: A Restorative Response to Crime, 2d ed. Winchester, England: Waterside Press.

Wright, M., and Galaway, B. 1989. Mediation and Criminal Justice. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Press.

Young, M. 1995. Restorative Community Justice: A Call to Action. Washington, DC: National Organization for Victim Assistance.

Zehr, H. 1985. Retributive Justice, Restorative Justice. Elkhart, IN: Mennonite Central Committee, U.S., Office of Criminal Justice.

Zehr, H. 1990. Changing Lenses. Scottsdale, PA: Herald Press.

Zehr, H., Van Ness, D., and Harris, M.K. 1989. Justice: The Restorative Vision. Elkhart, IN: Mennonite Central Committee, U.S., Office of Criminal Justice.

Other Journals and Newsletters

Community Corrections Report
Civic Research Institute, Inc.
P.O. Box 585
4490 Route 27
Kingston, NJ 08528

Crime Victim Report
Civic Research Institute, Inc.
P.O. Box 585
4490 Route 27
Kingston, NJ 08528

Juvenile Justice Update
Civic Research Institute, Inc.
P.O. Box 585
4490 Route 27
Kingston, NJ 08528

Mediation Quarterly
(Sponsored by the Academy of Family Mediators)
To order, contact:
Customer Service
Jossey-Bass, Inc., Publishers
San Francisco, CA 94104
415-433-1767

Overcrowded Times: Solving the Prison Problem (Periodical)
Castine Research Corporation
P.O. Box 110
Castine, ME 04421
207-326-9521

Standards of Mediation/Dialogue Practice

American Bar Association Endorsement of: Victim-Offender Mediation/Dialogue Programs (Approved by the ABA House of Delegates, August 1994.)

National Association of Social Workers. 1993. Standards of practice for social work mediators. NASW, 1-8.

Training Manuals

Claasen, R., and Zehr, H. 1989. VORP Organizing: A Foundation in the Church. Elkhart, IN: Mennonite Central Committee, U.S., Office of Criminal Justice.

McLeod, C. 1997. Conferencing: Victim Offender, Small and Large Group. Washington County Community Justice Project, P.O. Box 6, Stillwater, MN 55082, 612-430-6900.

Quill, D., and Wynne, J. 1993. Victim & Offender Mediation Handbook. London, England: Save the Children. (Available at Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation.)

REALJUSTICE (family group conferencing), P.O. Box 229, Bethlehem, PA 18016, 610-807-9221,
E-Mail: realjust@aol.com (Training manuals, videos, resources).

Stuart, B. 1997. Building Community Justice Partnerships: Community Peacemaking Circles. Available from: Aboriginal Justice Section, Department of Justice of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H8 Canada, 613-941-4105. Ottawa, Ontario: © 1997 Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada.

Umbreit, M.S. 1996. Advanced Victim Sensitive Mediation in Crimes of Severe Violence: Training Manual. St. Paul, MN: Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation, University of Minnesota.

Umbreit, M.S., and Greenwood, J. 1997. Guidelines for Victim Sensitive Victim Offender Mediation. St. Paul, MN: Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation, University of Minnesota.

Umbreit, M.S., Greenwood, J., and Lipkin, R. 1996. Introductory Training: Victim Offender Mediation and Dialogue (In Property Crimes and Minor Assaults). St. Paul, MN: Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation, University of Minnesota.

Victim Offender Mediation Training Package. Community Justice Initiatives Association, 101-20678 Eastleigh Crescent, Langley, British Columbia, V3A 4C4, 604-534-5515.

Training Resources

RESTTA (Restitution Education, Specialized Training, and Technical Assistance Program) publications are available through the Juvenile Justice Clearinghouse, 800-638-8736, at no charge, unless otherwise noted:

Guide to Juvenile Restitution -- NCJ 098466, $15.00

Juvenile Restitution Management Audit -- NCJ 115215

Liability and Legal Issues in Juvenile Restitution -- NCJ 115405

National Directory of Juvenile Restitution Programming -- NCJ 105188

National Trends in Juvenile Restitution Programming -- NCJ 115214

Accountability in Disposition for Juvenile Drug Offenders -- NCJ 134224

Restitution and Juvenile Recidivism -- NCJ 137774, Out of Print

The Restitution Experience in Youth Employment: A Monograph and Training Guide to Jobs Components -- NCJ 115404

Restitution Improvement Curriculum: A Guidebook for Juvenile Restitution Workshop Planners -- NCJ 110007, Out of Print

Victim-Offender Mediation in the Juvenile Justice System -- NCJ 120976

Balanced and Restorative Justice Project Selected Readings Packet. Center for Restorative Justice and Mediation, University of Minnesota, School of Social Work, 386 McNeal Hall, 1985 Buford Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108-6142.

Bazemore, G. 1992. Program Brief: Accountability in Dispositions for Juvenile Drug Offenders. Monograph. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance. NCJ 134224.

Bazemore, G., and Schneider, P.R. 1985. Research on Restitution: A guide to rational decision making. In The Guide to Juvenile Restitution: A Training Manual for Restitution Program Managers. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

Bazemore, G., et al. 1988. Restitution by Juveniles: Information and Operating Guide for Restitution Programs. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance.

Beers, S. 1994. Overcoming Loss: The Other Victims of Homicide. 509 North Seventh Street, Allentown, PA: 18102 Crime Victims Council of the LeHigh Valley.

Lord, J.H. 1990. Victim Impact Panels: A Creative Sentencing Opportunity. Ft. Worth, TX: Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

Mackey, V. 1990. Restorative Justice: Toward Nonviolence. Louisville, KY: Presbyterian Justice Program, Presbyterian Church U.S.A.

Monsey, B., Owen, G., Zierman, C., Lambert, L., and Hyman, V. 1995. What Works in Preventing Rural Violence: Strategies, Risk Factors, and Assessment Tools. St. Paul, MN: Amherst H. Wilder Foundation Publishing Center.

Satisfying Justice: A Compendium of Initiatives, Programs and Legislative Measures. 1996. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Church Council on Justice and Corrections. Order for $30 U.S. from Church Council on Justice and Corrections, 507 Bank St., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. K2P 1Z5, 613-563-1668; 613-237-6129 (Fax).

Silcox, H. 1995. A How-to Guide to Reflection: Adding Cognitive Learning to Community Service Programs. Holland, PA: Brighton Press, Inc., 64 Lempa Road, Holland, PA 18966, 215-357-5861.

Umbreit, M.S. 1993. How to Increase Referrals to Victim-Offender Mediation Programs. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: Fund for Dispute Resolution.

Umbreit, M.S. 1995. Mediation of Criminal Conflict: An Assessment of Programs in Four Canadian Provinces. St. Paul, MN: Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation, University of Minnesota.

Umbreit, M.S., and Coates, R.B. 1992. Victim Offender Mediation: An Analysis of Programs in Four States of the U.S. St. Paul, MN: Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation, University of Minnesota.

Umbreit, M.S., and Roberts, A.W. 1996. Mediation of Criminal Conflict in England: An Assessment of Services in Coventry and Leeds. St. Paul, MN: Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation, University of Minnesota.

Young, M. 1993. Victim Assistance: Frontiers and Fundamentals. Washington, DC: National Organization for Victim Assistance.

Videotapes

The following video resources, except where noted, are available for sale through:

Center for Restorative Justice & Mediation
University of Minnesota, School of Social Work
386 McNeal Hall
1985 Buford Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108-6144
612-624-4923; 612-625-4288 (Fax)
E-Mail: ctr4rjm@che2.che.umn.edu

Dakota County Victim Offender Meeting Program
The victim-offender mediation process used by the Victim Offender Meeting Program at Dakota County (MN) Community Corrections Department, which uses trained community volunteers as mediators, is presented. Role-plays of premediation meetings with the offender and victim are presented, along with the actual mediation session.

Model of Entire Victim-Offender Mediation Process
Dr. Mark Umbreit models the entire victim-offender mediation process, including calling and meeting the offender, calling and meeting the victim, and conducting a followup victim-offender meeting. Excellent core training tape for role-playing the entire process. (80 minutes.)

Restorative Justice: A Victim Awareness Resource, "The Importance of Listening to Crime Victims"
Features the personal stories of three victims/survivors of crime that reveal how crime affects victims and their families. Stories are told by survivors of a home burglary, a car theft, and violent assault. Dr. Marlene A. Young, Executive Director of the National Organization for Victim Assistance, shares her thoughts on the importance of listening to victims of crime. Excellent resource for victim-offender dialogue and victim awareness training. (32 minutes.)

Restorative Justice: For Victims, Communities & Offenders*
Edited, shortened version of the Presbyterian Church USA's video Restoring Justice, which includes a new, brief presentation of what we have learned about the impact of restorative justice on victims, communities, and offenders. Specific program models are presented. Excellent resource for illustrating how restorative justice values and practices benefit crime victims, communities, and offenders. (25 minutes.)

Restorative Justice: Victim Empowerment Through Mediation & Dialogue*
Victim-offender mediation is briefly described, with an emphasis on the benefits for those victims who voluntarily choose to meet the offender. Comments by a diverse group of victims who have participated in mediation are presented, including their initial needs, what occurred in the mediation session, and their description of the benefits. Several key research findings are briefly highlighted. Excellent resource for gaining support from individual victims and victim advocates.

Victim-Offender Mediation Overview
A 6-minute video format explaining the victim-offender mediation concept and process. Produced by The Center for Victim-Offender Mediation of the Minnesota Citizens Council on Crime and Justice. Written by Dr. Mark Umbreit, the video follows a burglary case through the victim-offender mediation process and places local program efforts in the context of the growing network of victim-offender programs throughout the country. A basic resource for public presentations. (6 minutes.)

Victim-Offender Mediation Simulation
Simulation of a mediation session with an emphasis on modeling an empowering (nondirective) style of mediation. This tape is effective for presentations to groups or funding sources interested in learning more about victim-offender mediation. (28 minutes.)

Community Intensive Supervision Project (CISP)

CISP Video
This video highlights the features of a nonresidential supervision and treatment program for serious juvenile offenders. Family support and the building of personal relationships are discussed, along with a strong treatment program, educational achievement, and community restoration. (21 minutes.)

Project Success (CISP Community Garden)
CISP youth filmed this video, which documents a creative community service project -- a community garden. The garden was planned and developed by youth at the CISP Project and the Hill District Community in Pittsburgh, PA. Through this project, youth developed key competencies while giving back to their community.

For information on these two videos, contact:

George Kinder, CISP Program Coordinator
CISP Project
519 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
412-243-6886
412-243-6590 (Fax)

Deschutes County, OR, Programs

Save Our Streets
A segment of FOX Television's "Save Our Streets" depicting the Deschutes County Juvenile Justice Program. Deschutes County, Bend, OR.

Deschutes National Forest

Deschutes County Adult Corrections Work Team Program
Video footage depicts activities in which work teams conduct restorative community work service.

For information on these three videos, contact:

Deborah Brockman
Department of Corrections
1128 NW. Harriman
Bend, OR 97701
541-385-1723

The Balanced Approach
Filmed and produced by juveniles who participated in the South Florida Youth Environment Service at the Loxahatchee Wildlife Refuge. This video describes the principles of balanced and restorative justice and illustrates positive competency development. For a copy, send a blank tape and return mailer, including postage, with a request for a copy of The Balanced Approach to:

Daryll Olson
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
District 9
111 South Sapodillo Avenue, Suite 207
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

The Balanced Approach to Restorative Justice
The South Dakota Unified Judicial System presents its commitment to a more balanced and restorative approach to juvenile justice. This tape provides a very good overview of the BARJ model, with several examples of programs. To order, contact:

Video Production Services
325 East Dakota Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501

Circle Sentencing, Yukon Justice Experiment
Documentary on circle sentencing practiced in the Yukon, Canada. Judge Barry Stuart leads the application of circle sentencing practice based on the traditions of the native people (First Nation) of Canada. For a copy, please contact:

Northern Native Broadcasting, Yukon
4228A Fourth Avenue
Whitehorse, Yukon
Canada Y1A1K1
403-668-6332

Glimmer of Hope
This video presents the journey toward healing of the family of a young girl who was brutally kidnaped, raped, and killed. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada, this documentary about a family in Minnesota portrays many expressions of restorative justice, including mediated dialogue sessions with the involved offenders. Excellent resource to show how restorative justice principles were applied in one of the most serious crimes imaginable. (51 minutes.)

Films for the Humanities and Sciences
P.O. Box 2053
Princeton, NJ 08543-2053
800-257-5126
609-275-3767 (Fax)
E-Mail: custserve@films.com
Internet: http://www.films.com

Marked By Fire
Video and discussion guide, produced as a result of a mediated agreement between the survivors of an arson and the juveniles who set the fire. Also includes footage on the story of a young survivor of a different fire. Example of a productive outcome from victim-offender mediation and dialogue. Cost is $14.00, including shipping and handling. To order, contact:

Marked By Fire
Insurance Federation of Minnesota
55 East Fifth Street, Suite 750
St. Paul, MN 55101
612-292-1099
612-228-7369 (Fax)

Portrait of a Reconciliation
Victim-offender training video. (55 minutes.) $35 U.S. plus $5 shipping. Series of manuals and training package also available from:

Community Justice Initiatives Association
20678 Eastleigh Crescent, Suite 101
Langley, British Columbia V3A 4C4 Canada
604-534-5515 or 534-6773
604-534-6989 (Fax)
E-Mail: cjibc@axionet.com

Restoring Justice
Produced in 1996 by the National Council of Churches for broadcast on national television, Restoring Justice is one of the best videos available for explaining what restorative justice is and what it can mean for victims, community, and offenders. Program examples are excellent. Tape runs 50 minutes without commercial breaks. Available from:

Presbyterian Criminal Justice Program
100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202-1396
502-569-5810
Contact: Kathy Lancaster

Tough Justice -- Family Group Conferencing, New Zealand
Video and resource kit available. (The resource kit includes the video.) To order contact:

Publications Coordinator
P.O. Box 24-005
Wellington, New Zealand
64-184-499-2928

Victim Impact Panel Program
Presents the concept of the victim impact panel in cases of drunk-driving crashes. Provides good material on how the panels work, how to set them up, and the effect on those experiencing them. (13 minutes.) Available from:

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
P.O. Box 541688
Dallas, TX 75354-1688
800-GET-MADD

Pamphlets

Justice: The Restorative Vision, by Howard Zehr, Dan Van Ness, and M. Kay Harris (1989).

Mediating the Victim Offender Conflict, by Howard Zehr (1982).

Retributive Justice, Restorative Justice, by Howard Zehr (1985).

VORP Organizing: A Foundation in the Church, by Ron Claassen and Howard Zehr with Duane Ruth-Heffelbower (1989).

These pamphlets are available through:

Mennonite Central Committee
Office of Community Justice
P.O. Box 500
21 South 12th Street
Akron, PA 17501
717-859-3889

Bibliographic Resources

McCold, P. 1997. Restorative Justice: An Annotated Bibliography. Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. Working Party on Restorative Justice. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.

Available through the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, 800-851-3420:

National Criminal Justice Reference Service. 1996. Restorative/Community Justice: A Theoretical Perspective (Topical Search). #TS011686. 30 bibliographic citations from the NCJRS Abstract Database.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service. 1996. Restorative/Community Justice: A Programmatic Perspective (Topical Bibliography). #TB010629. Up to 200 citations from the NCJRS Abstract Database.

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