Restorative Justice helps to address the relationship between victims, offenders, and the community in a way that repairs the impacts of an incident, holds the offender accountable for their actions, and builds community.

Venn Diagram with Community, Victim, & Offender overlapping at Restorative Justice

Retributive Justice (Traditional Justice System)

  • What laws were broken?
  • Who did it?
  • How will he/she be punished? 

Restorative Justice (CURJ)

  • Who has been harmed?
  • What do they need?
  • Whose obligations and responsibilities are these?

What are the benefits of Restorative Justice?
Frequently Asked Questions about Restorative Justice
CURJ Process
CURJ End of Year Report

To enroll in CURJ, students must call 303-492-5550 to schedule a CURJ Intake Meeting.  All students participating in CURJ are assessed a $135 program fee through their student account.