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MIN 247 Corrections Chaplaincy

Restorative Justice is defined by several key principles around which community support can be built. Restorative Justice is not a specific program or set of programs but is a way of thinking about responding to the problem of crime, a set of values that guides decisions on policy, programs, and practice. This course will look at a comprehensive restorative response to crime as a resource for reconciliation of victims, offenders and community.

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Credit Hours: 3
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