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Restorative Justice for College Student Misconduct

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David Karp, of Skidmore College and Josh Bacon of James Madison
University 
seek insight from the "grandfather" of Restorative 
Justice, Howard Zehr.

What are Campus RJ Practices? 

Four practices best represent how RJ has been implemented on the college campus.

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Campus RJ training at Carleton College, March 2015

 

Campus RJ Google Group

Join this community of practice for discussion: Campus RJ Google Group


Campus RJ Programs

Many campuses have implemented RJ in a variety of ways. Download a list of schools. Contact us at RJproject@skidmore.edu if you would like your school listed.

 

Campus RJ Training Resources

This training resource page provides role play materials and video clips we often use in our Campus RJ trainings.

 

 

 

Campus RJ Publications

cover of The Little Book of Restorative Justice for Colleges and UniversitiesThe Little Book of Restorative Justice for Colleges and Universities (2013)

An accessible, brief overview of how restorative justice is being implemented on college campuses. Includes practical tips, protocols, and a campus conferencing script.

 

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Restorative Justice on the College Campus: Promoting Student Growth and Responsibility, and Reawakening the Spirit of Campus Community. (2004)

An edited volume examining restorative practices on campus with detailed case studies and a variety of applications including academic integrity, bias incidents, alcohol violations, and sexual misconduct.sdfsdfasdf

Ahlin, Eileen, Jennifer C. Gibbs, Philip R. Kavanaugh, and Joongyeup Lee. 2015. "Support for Restorative Justice in a Sample of U.S. University Students."International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology  DOI: 10.1177/0306624X15596386

Blas Pedreal, Marlenee Lizeth. 2015. "Restorative Justice Programs in Higher Education." The Vermont Connection 35, Article 5.

Brenner, Alletta. 2013. "Transforming Campus Culture to Prevent Rape: The Possibility and Promise of Restorative Justice as a Response to Campus Sexual Violence." Harvard Journal of Law & Gender. 

Clark, Karen L. 2014. “A Call for Restorative Justice in Higher Education Judicial Affairs.” College Student Journal 48: 707-715.

Darling, Justine. 2011. "Restorative Justice in Higher Education: A Compilation of Formats and Best Practices." University of San Diego. 

Gallagher Dahl, Meghan, Peter Meagher and Stacy Vander Velde. 2014. "Motivation and Outcomes for University Students in a Restorative Justice Program." Journal of Students Affairs Research and Practice. 51: 364-379.

Goldblum, Andrea. 2009. "Restorative Justice from Theory to Practice" Pp. 140-154 in Reframing Campus Conflict: Student Conduct Process through a Social Justice Lens, edited by Jennifer Meyer Schrage and Nancy Geist Giacomini. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishers.

Kara, Farzana and David MacAlister. 2010. "Responding to Academic Dishonesty in Universities: A Restorative Justice Approach." Contemporary Justice Review 13: 443-453.

Karp, David R., Julie Shackford-Bradley, Robin J. Wilson, and Kaaren M. Williamsen. 2016. Campus PRISM: A Report on Promoting Restorative Initiatives for Sexual Misconduct on College Campuses. Saratoga Springs, NY: Skidmore College Project on Restorative Justice.

Karp, David R. and Olivia Frank. 2016. “Restorative justice and student development in higher education: Expanding ‘offender’ horizons beyond punishment and rehabilitation to community engagement and personal growth.” Pp. 141-164 in Offenders No More: An Interdisciplinary Restorative Justice Dialogue, edited by Theo Gavrielides. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Karp, David R. 2015. "Restorative Justice at Dalhousie: A Reasoned Alternative to the 'Rush to Judgment." Association for Student Conduct Administration Law and Policy Report. January 29.

Karp, David R. and Casey Sacks. 2014. "Student Conduct, Restorative Justice, and Student Development: Findings from the STARR Project (STudent Accountability and Restorative Research Project)." Contemporary Justice Review. 17: 154-172.

Karp, David R. 2013. The Little Book of Restorative Justice for Colleges and Universities: Repairing Harm and Rebuilding Trust in Response to Student MisconductIntercourse, PA: Good Books.

Karp, David R. and Casey Sacks. 2013. “Student Conduct, Restorative Justice, and Student Learning: Findings from the STARR Project (STudent Accountability and Restorative Research Project).”  Association for Student Conduct Administration Law and Policy Report March 28.

Karp, David R. and Casey Sacks. 2012. “Research Findings on Restorative Justice and Alcohol Violations.” NASPA Knowledge Community Alcohol and Other Drug Newsletter Fall 2012.

Karp, David R. 2011. “Spirit Horse and the Principles of Restorative Justice.” Student Affairs eNews. December 20.

Karp, David R. 2009. "Reading the Scripts: The Restorative Justice Conference and the Student Conduct Hearing Board."  Pp. 155-174 in Reframing Campus Conflict: Student Conduct Process through a Social Justice Lens, edited by Jennifer Meyer Schrage and Nancy Geist Giacomini. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishers. 

Karp, David R. 2009. "Not with a Bang but a Whimper: A Missed Opportunity for Restorative Justice in a Plagiarism Case." Journal of Student Conduct Administration 2(1):26-30.

Karp, David R. and Kyle Shum. 2009. Conflict Resolution Practices Member Survey.Association for Student Conduct Administration. College Station, TX.

Karp, David R. 2005. “Campus Justice is Behind the Times.”  Op-Ed in Inside Higher Ed. October 28.

Karp, David R. and Suzanne Conrad. 2005. "Restorative Justice and College Student Misconduct." Public Organization Review 5:315-333.

Karp, David R. and Thom Allena (eds.). 2004. Restorative Justice on the College Campus: Promoting Student Growth and Responsibility, and Reawakening the Spirit of Campus Community. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas.

Karp, David R. 2004. "Integrity Boards."  Pp. 29-41 in Restorative Justice on the College Campus: Promoting Student Growth and Responsibility, and Reawakening the Spirit of Campus  Community, edited by David R. Karp and Thom Allena. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas. 

Karp, David R. 2004. "Introducing Restorative Justice to the Campus Community."   Pp. 5-15 in Restorative Justice on the College Campus: Promoting Student Growth and Responsibility, and Reawakening the Spirit of Campus Community, edited by David R. Karp and Thom Allena. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas.

Karp, David R., Beau Breslin, and Pat Oles. 2002. "Community Justice in the Campus Setting." Conflict Management in Higher Education Report 3(1).

Kirven, Stephane Jasmin. 2014. "Isolation to Empowerment: A Review of the Campus Rape Adjudication Process." Journal of International Criminal Justice Research 2:1-15.

Koss, Mary P., Jay K. Wilgus. and Kaaren M. Williamsen. 2014. "Campus Sexual Misconduct: Restorative Justice Approaches to Enhance Compliance with Title IX Guidance." Trauma, Violence & Abuse 15: 242-257.

Koss, Mary P., and Elise C. Lopez. 2014. "VAWA After the Party: Implementing Proposed Guidelines on Campus Sexual Assault Resolution." CUNY Law Review December 19. 

Llewellyn, Jennifer J, Jacob MacIsaac, and Melissa Mackay. 2015. Report from the Restorative Justice Process at the Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistry. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: Dalhousie University.

Llewellyn, Jennifer J., Amanda Demsey and Jillian Smith. 2015. An Unfamiliar Justice Story: Restorative Justice and Education. Reflections on Dalhousie’s Facebook Incident 2015.  Our Schools/Our Selves 25:43-56.

McDowell, Lana A., Virginia L. Crocker,  Emily L. Evett, and Damian G. Cornerlison. 2014. "Perceptions of Restorative Justice Concepts: An Evaluation of University Housing Residents." Contemporary Justice Review 17: 346-361.

Meagher, Peter J. 2009. A Phenomenological Study of the Experience of Respondents in Campus-Based Restorative Justice Programs. Ph.D. Dissertation, Bowling Green State University.

Rinker, Jeremy A. and Chelsey Jonason. 2014. "Restorative Justice as Reflective Practice and Applied Pedagogy on College Campuses." Journal of Peace Education 11: 162-180.

Sebok, Tom and Andrea Goldblum. 1999. "Establishing a Campus Restorative Justice Program." California Caucus of College and University Ombuds 2:12-22.

Sebok, Tom. 2006. "Restorative Justice on Campus: Repairing Harm and Building Community." Pp. 63-76 in Exercising Power with Wisdom: Bridging Legal and Ethical Practice with Intention, edited by James M. Lancaster and Associates. Asheville, NC: College Administration Publications.

Wachtel, Joshua and Ted Wachtel. 2012. Building Campus Community: Restorative Practices in Residential Life. Bethlehem, PA: IIRP.

Wachtel, Ted and Stacey Miller. 2013. "Creating Healthy Residential Communities in Higher Education Through the Use of Restorative Practices". Pp. 93-99 in Restorative Justice Today: Practical Applications, edited by Katherine S. van Wormer, and Lorenn Walker. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Warters, Bill, Tom Sebok, and Andrea Goldblum. 2000. "Making Things Right: Restorative Justice Comes to Campus."Conflict Management in Higher Education Report 1(1).

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