The Winthrop Police Department has become the first in Suffolk County to join Communities for Restorative Justice.
Erin Freeborn will represent the Arlington Police Department’s restorative justice partner on the newly-formed state restorative justice advisory committee.
Arlington Police Department Among Honorees at Mass Incarceration Working Group’s Anniversary Celebration
ARLINGTON — Members of the Arlington Police Department were honored last weekend for their work to extend the department’s impartial policing practices and commitment to restorative justice rather than incarceration.
Executive Director Erin Freeborn is pleased to announce that Communities For Restorative Justice (C4RJ) is actively seeking a program director to provide critical support to the organization.
CONCORD — Chief Joseph O’Connor is pleased to announce that the Concord Police Department joined Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) to speak to a group of visiting Nigerian judges on alternative means of addressing crime.
BEDFORD – The NEMLEC Police Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has donated a portion of its annual fundraising proceeds to the Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ).
Arlington Police Department Captures Suspect in “Black Lives Matter” Banner Defacement, Will Seek Restorative Justice
ARLINGTON — Police Chief Frederick Ryan reports that the Arlington Police Department has identified a suspect allegedly responsible for the recent defacement of the “Black Lives Matter” banner at the First Parish Unitarian Church in Arlington.
ARLINGTON– The Arlington Police Department is pleased to report that Chief Frederick Ryan has been appointed to the board of directors for Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) to further the organization’s mission by assisting victims and offenders of a crime through a healing approach outside the court system.