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Bronx Community Justice Brings Restorative Practices to the Borough

Bronx Community Solutions has collaborated with NYPD and the Bronx District Attorney's Office to create an early arrest, early diversion project based on the principles of restorative justice. This project will serve individuals arrested for quality of life misdemeanor offenses. Eligible participants will be able to have their cases resolved by attending a restorative circle instead of an appearance in criminal court. Restorative circles will bring participants together with volunteer residents to foster conversation on the impact of harm on the broader neighborhood, how they can work together to build community and address pressing concerns. Restorative Justice aims to empower volunteer residents by putting in their hands the power to address quality of life offenses that take place within their community. It also aims to show participants that there are members in the community who care about their well being and want to work with them to avoid further involvement in the justice…

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