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Restorative Justice/Victim-Offender Mediation Video Now Available


The video includes:

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ABC 20/20 News broadcast, "Restoring Justice," powerfully tells the story of the drunk driving death mediation reported in articles on this web site. Also covered in the 20/20 program is the mediation of a home invasion burglary (by three juveniles) that resulted in over $20,000 in destruction to the home and loss of personal property, as well as great trauma to the homeowners and their two young children. (About 40 minutes total.)

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Interview with Elizabeth Menkin, M.D., sister of Elaine Myers, who was killed in the drunk driving case mentioned above. Dr. Menkin speaks emotionally and articulately about her loss and pain, and her transformation and healing through the mediation process. She shares from a personal perspective, as well as from her experience as the medical director of a hospice, where she deals with people's needs and responses to death and dying on a daily basis. (About 25 minutes.)

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"Making Amends," a segment of the broadcast "Save Our Streets" (a syndicated TV newsreel about crime and justice). This segment tells the story of the drunk driving death mediation from a different and powerful point of view. (About 6 minutes.)

 

To order, please indicate if you want the English or English with Spanish Sub-titles version and DVD or VHS and
send $25 (check or money order - no credit cards). Includes Priority Mail shipping. Send to:

 

Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP)
Information and Resource Center
2826 Azalea Hills Dr Charlotte, NC 28262
828-318-2178
 

Please make check or money order payable to VORP
Questions or further information:
martyprice@vorp.com

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Marty Price, J.D., an attorney and social worker turned to mediator, is the founder and director of the Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP) Information and Resource Center, in Asheville, North Carolina. He is the founder and former director of the VORP of Clackamas County, Oregon  He is a former Board Member and former Co-Chair of the Victim-Offender Mediation Association (VOMA), a non-profit, international, educational and advocacy organization that promotes restorative justice and supports victim-offender mediation and reconciliation programs.

The Center provides information, training, public education, technical assistance, consulting and victim-offender mediation and reconciliation services. We serve non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and individuals. The Center specializes in juvenile justice and the mediation of drunk driving fatality cases and other crimes of severe violence.

Our mission is to bring restorative justice reform to our criminal justice system, to empower victims, offenders and communities to heal the effects of crime, to curb recidivism, and to offer our society a more effective and humanistic alternative to the growing outcry for more prisons and more punishment.

Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP)
Information and Resource Center
2826 Azalea Hills Dr. Charlotte, NC 28262

Please contact by email only. While in India, available for consultation, speaking, training, etc., only in India and surrounding countries.

E-mail: martyprice@vorp.com
World Wide Web: http://www.vorp.com


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