Victim/Offender Mediation Programs

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    Taxonomy Code: FN-1900.9000

    Programs that provide opportunities for crime victims to meet with offenders in a safe, structured setting, discuss the circumstances and impact of the crime and participate in the formulation of a restitution plan which may be monetary, consist of work for the victim, entail community service, or involve other forms of compensation for harm that was caused. With the assistance of a facilitator, victims have an opportunity to ask questions and describe how the crime has affected them and/or their families. The focus of victim/offender conferencing is on victim healing, offender accountability and restoration of losses.

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    Office of Dispute Resolution - Colorado Judicial DepartmentResponsible for the establishment and administration of alternative dispute resolution programs in Colorado courts. Services include the mediation of disputes in domestic and civil matters.Denver CountyColorado Judicial DepartmentColorado Judicial Department
    Victim Mediation - Victim Offender Reconciliation Program of DenverThe Victim Offender Reconciliation Program of Denver (VORP) trains community volunteers in basic mediation skills. Volunteers facilitate meetings between two parties (the victim and offender) to assist in resolving a conflict. VORP often works with juvenile offenders and their victims.Denver CountyVictim Offender Reconciliation Program of DenverVictim Offender Reconciliation Program of Denver
    Victim-Offender Mediation - Center for Restorative programsReferral inquiries directly from schools, community agencies and affected families. The focus is on youthful offenders up to age 24. Assist willing victims and offenders in the process of making things as right as possible between them.Alamosa CountyCriminal Justice & Legal (SLV) - Center for Restorative programsCenter for Restorative programs

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