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Restorative Justice Program

Restorative Justice Overview

Restorative Justice cases are usually referred to CMS by the Boulder City Attorney's Office or the District Attorney's Office or by BVSD school staff.  Cases include assault, physical harassment, property crimes, such as shoplifting and trespassing, and disorderly conduct, among other issues. 

CMS Restorative Justice outcomes: 

        CMS completes approximately 50 cases per year 

        97% of participants report that participation in the process has been a positive experience 

 “I felt better after hearing the responsible party's story and seeing that he was indeed sorry”  

   --Harmed party 

 "I have gotten a whole lot out of RJ. I am thankful for the meetings and conversations. This has and will continue to positively affect my life. Thank you!”               

                 --Responsible party 

              “ allowed for important dialogue to happen and some way to learn that's not about punishment” 

                  --Parent of responsible party 

For more information call CMS at 303-441-4364

Restorative Justice Partner - Online Referral Form

If you are a pre-authorized referral partner please use this link to submit a case for referral.