Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice
 

Temporary Scope of Service

Restorative Justice continues to provide services remotely through telephone and online means.  Please call 604.467.6911 ext. 1159 to speak with the Program Coordinator.


Hours of Service
Monday – Friday, hours vary
 
Purpose Statement
A restorative approach in achieving justice by engaging those, who have been involved in harmful and/or criminal events, in dialogue about harm, reparation, accountability, and supports while addressing the needs of all parties.
 
About the Program
Restorative Justice is an approach to achieving justice by engaging those involved in criminal, non-criminal, interpersonal conflict or disputes in an inclusive and meaningful way. This approach brings healing to parties by creating an environment for conversation about harm, impact, accountability, and reparation of harm. Restorative Justice seeks to support all parties through a philosophy of Engage Empower Support Restore. It provides opportunities for youth to participate in its education, prevention, and mentorship programs.
 
We also offer:

  • The Mentorship program involves the community in a supportive role to youth. Adult mentors provide encouragement, support, and guidance to youth while assisting youth to complete their YRJ agreement. Mentors are volunteers who practice and encourage the values of acceptance, equality, integrity, inclusivity, empathy, and social justice.  
  • The Choices Program is a 7 week program that utilizes experiential learning together with curriculum.
  • The Effects of Shoplifting program is a one-to-one program which uses a comprehensive workbook that includes relevant research and statistics pertaining to theft from retailers.

Surveys (all surveys are anonymous)

Restorative Justice Satisfaction Survey

Restorative Justice Survey - Youth

Effects of Shoplifting Program Pre-participation Survey

Effects of Shoplifting Program Post-participation Survey

Personal Achievement Program Pre-participation Survey

Personal Achievement Program Post-participation Survey

Who Qualifies/Eligibility
Minimum age for service is 9 years old with no maximum age limit
 
Cost
FREE
 
Community Partners/Funders
City of Pitt Meadows
City of Maple Ridge
Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
Ministry of Finance
SD42
Ridge Meadows RCMP 


Contact Info
Ranjit Kingra, Program Coordinator

Phone
604.467.6911 ext. 1159
 
Email
rkingra@comservice.bc.ca
 
Location
22722 Lougheed Hwy., Maple Ridge    V2X 2V6