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Lorenn Walker

In: Restorative Justice Today: Practical Applications

Chapter 20: Restorative Celebrations for Parolee and Probationer Completion: The Importance of Ritual for Reentry

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Restorative Celebrations for Parolee and Probationer Completion: The Importance of Ritual for Reentry
Restorative celebrations for parolee and probationer completion: The importance of ritual for reentry
LorennWalker

Under the guidance of internationally respected restorative justice expert John Braithwaite from Australia and criminal desistance expert Shadd Maruna in Ireland, Lorenn Walker, on behalf of Hawai'i Friends of Justice & Civic Education, collaborated with members of the Hawai'i justice system to develop restorative rituals for people who completed parole and probation. Over 150 people have participated in the events including judges; parole board members; parole and probation officers; state and private attorneys; drug treatment counselors; prison staff; police officers; people successfully completing parole; formerly incarcerated people no longer under government jurisdiction; people on parole and probation; and friends and ...

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