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Traffic Violence and Restorative Justice

Community and restorative justice continues to grow and expand across the U.S. and world. With that growth comes increased opportunities for trainings, conferences, and events to deepen one’s relationship with these practices. In our commitment to continual learning, practice, and facilitating connections, we offer this calendar as a go to place to share and find community and restorative justice events.

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Traffic Violence and Restorative Justice

Tuesday, April 23, 2024 (3:00 PM - 4:15 PM) (MDT)


This event will address the intersection of two of the most powerful (and problematic) systems in our community: transportation and criminal justice. When someone is harmed by traffic violence, how should the legal system respond?

One approach is primarily punitive/carceral, while another approach downplays the severity of the harm caused. A restorative justice model attempts to avoid the pitfalls of these two approaches and has recently become a criminal diversion option in Charlottesville and Albemarle, Virginia.

Erin Campbell, Co-Director of Central Virginia Community Justice and Shannon Neal, Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for Albemarle County will discuss this model. We will also hear from the survivor & the driver of a local hit and run case who chose the restorative justice option.

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Presented by Livable Cville & Central Virginia Community Justice.



Tuesday, April 23, 2024 (3:00 PM - 4:15 PM) (MDT)

Online event held via Zoom.

Free of Charge
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