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This “Victim Offender Conferencing: An Introduction” is developed by the – Center for Restorative Justice & Peacemaking, University of Minnesota, Duluth. The course provides a familiarization of restorative justice. Over the past four decades, restorative dialogue has evolved in many different forms. And while it primarily serves as an alternative …

$100.00 per 90 days

Course Description

This "Victim Offender Conferencing: An Introduction" is developed by the - Center for Restorative Justice & Peacemaking, University of Minnesota, Duluth. The course provides a familiarization of restorative justice. Over the past four decades, restorative dialogue has evolved in many different forms. And while it primarily serves as an alternative method within a criminal justice context, applications have broadened widely in schools, workplaces, faith communities, and prisons. Today, restorative justice is a leading voice internationally for addressing mass violence and historical harm.

Course Curriculum

      • Volume 1: Informational – Restorative Justice: For Victims, Communities, and Offenders 00:00:00
      • Volume 1: Restorative Justice: For Victims, Communities, and Offenders Unlimited
      • Volume 2: Informational – Restorative Justice: Victim Empowerment through Mediation and Dialogue 00:00:00
      • Volume 2: Restorative Justice: Victim Empowerment through Mediation and Dialogue Unlimited
      • Volume 3: Informational – An Overview of Victim Offender Mediation and Conferencing 00:00:00
      • Volume 3: An Overview of Victim Offender Mediation and Conferencing Unlimited
      • Volume 4: Informational -Victim Offender Mediation and Conferencing: A Multi-Method Approach Unlimited
      • Volume 4: Victim Offender Mediation and Conferencing: A Multi-Method Approach Unlimited
      • Volume 5: Informational – Complete Victim Offender Mediation and Conferencing Training Modeling Two Cases from Preparation to Mediation 00:00:00
      • Volume 5: Complete Victim Offender Mediation and Conferencing Training Modeling Two Cases from Preparation to Mediation Unlimited
      • Volume 6: Informational – Victim Sensitive Offender Dialogue in Crimes of Severe Violence 00:00:00
      • Volume 6: Victim Sensitive Offender Dialogue in Crimes of Severe Violence Unlimited

    Course Reviews

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    1. Johnathan BarnesMay 12, 2021 at 22:25

      Volume 6

      4

      Good skits and role play

    2. Leslie TalbotMay 15, 2021 at 12:56

      Restorative Justice

      5

      Fascinating area where mediation may aid both sides immeasurably

    3. Pamela MeyersMay 15, 2021 at 15:50

      Victim Offender Conferencing

      5

      Became aware of the benefits of empowering victims.

    4. Lauren CurtisMay 20, 2021 at 13:37

      Victim Offender Conferencing

      5

      Very helpful to learn how to deal with these sensitive and emotional issues.

    5. richard piercyJune 1, 2021 at 12:51

      Victim Offender

      5

      Help will healing for everyone

    6. Victim Offender Conferencing

      5

      Excellent presentation, although I am uncertain how practical a mediation can be between a victim and a perpetrator.

    7. M Richard MellonJuly 8, 2021 at 11:32

      Victim Offender

      3

      Dated for the issues we mediate today. The heart felt approach will not work in today’s environment where everyone wants to get an answer now and not be touch feely.

    8. William L. Gardiner, IIIAugust 4, 2021 at 16:58

      Fine discussion

      5

      Very good discussion of victims confronting offenders

    9. Victim Offender Conferencing

      3

      It’s an interesting topic but the dialogue interaction was a little slow at times

    10. crimes of severe violence

      5

      your computer set has been terrible within this section . it says that I only completed 92% , but I have completed all of it , some parts twice trying to fix your error ,

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    Guno Ritfeld is a retired Department of Defense Human Resources Commissioned Officer. He has earned a B.A. in Psychology/Education and JD Degree. Guno has received intensive training as a Department of Defense Human Resource Officer and is a graduate of the U.S Army Soldier Support Institute Advance Human Resource Course. Guno is an experienced commercial, workplace, and family dispute mediator and arbitrator. He is certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Circuit Civil, Family, and County mediator and has served as a County mediator at the Orange County courthouse. He served as a member of the City of Orlando Certification Appeals Board and Chapter 57 Discrimination Board.

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