Restorative Justice Evaluation - Dennis Maloney





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http://www.heartspeakproductions.ca In this excerpt from Tributary Streams of a Healing River, Dennis Maloney speaks about the lessons learned by the restorative justice program in Deschutes County - participation trumps prescription - you get what you measure.

Tributary Streams of a Healing River is an in depth study of restorative
justice with over 14 hrs of video on 10 DVDs. (available from Heartspeak Productions -- www.heartspeakproductions.ca)

Speakers Bio:

Dennis was the president of Community Justice Associates. For 16 years he served as the Director of the Deschutes County Department of Community Justice in Oregon. There he initiated a variety of juvenile and adult corrections programs that gained national attention. Dennis has written two books and over 30 published articles. His book on probation is the most widely distributed journal in the history of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. Over the past decade Dennis provided technical assistance to all 50 states. Nearly 30 states have revamped their entire juvenile justice system based on Dennis' writings on the Balanced Approach to Juvenile Justice. The U.S. Department of State has distributed his writings to over 250 countries and his work is now being utilized worldwide as a foundation for justice system reform.

Dennis was honored with several awards including the Sam Houston State Award for the Nation's Outstanding Publication on Community Corrections. In 1998, the United States Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention recognized Dennis as one of five citizens who have had the most positive influence on the nation's juvenile justice system. In the year 2000, the Deschutes County Community Youth Investment Program, a program designed by Dennis, was honoured as one of the top 25 innovations in American government.

Dennis passed away in February 2007 leaving behind his wife Nancy and his five daughters; Tracy, Shannon, Caitlin, Kelly and Molly.

Thank you Dennis for all your contributions!

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