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In the Media | 06.19.18

WBEZ Highlights University’s Role in Evaluating New Restorative Justice Court

A WBEZ feature story about the Restorative Justice Community Court highlighted Adler University’s role in evaluating the ground-breaking court. The court offers an alternative to the traditional criminal justice system for young adults from Chicago’s North Lawndale and Garfield Park neighborhoods who are accused of nonviolent crimes.

Adler University’s evaluation of the court is funded by a generous grant from the McCormick Foundation.

Listen to or read the WBEZ story, “This Chicago Court Uses Peace Circles To Dole Out Justice.”

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