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CJS 374 Restorative Justice 3.0 Credits

Restorative justice is a paradigm shift in criminal justice in response to the failure of the traditional retributive model to meet the needs of victims, offenders and the community. This course offers an overview of Restorative Justice, including its definitions, history, theoretical and legal basis, principles and practices, controversial issues, and evaluative research as to its efficacy and reducing crime and restoring victims and communities.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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