Session 331: CO27 -> Using Restorative Principles to Foster Offender Re-Entry and Reintegration
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 19
Place: Belmont Three
Session Chair: Kate Anderson, University of Cincinnati
Restorative Justice and Prison Re-Entry: Learning From Offender's Narratives
by: Meredith Rossner, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Responsivity as the Community Reentry Challenge: Broadening the Responsivity Principle Using Applied Consensus Building Methodology
by: Kate Anderson, University of Cincinnati (Corresponding)
A Civic Engagement Model of Reentry: Community Service and Restorative Process as Cornerstones for Reintegration
by: Jeanne Stinchcomb, Florida Atlantic University (Corresponding)
Gordon Bazemore, Florida Atlantic University
David R. Karp, Skidmore College
The Customary System of Justice Among the Esan People and the Impact of Customary Courts
by: Evaristus Obinyan, Fort Valley State University (Corresponding)

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