Reentry Coordinator Michelle Moschkau will speak at the Camden Public Library on Tuesday, November 7 at 7:00 pm.
Formed in February 2005, The Restorative Justice Project of the Midcoast provides restorative conferences for adult and juvenile offenders in Knox. Waldo. Lincoln and Sagadahoc Counties and an array of restorative justice services for the Maine Coast Regional Reentry Center and for K-12 schools. The focus on offender accountability, coupled with a focus on the impact of the offense on the victim and community, has significantly decreased recidivism, healed the harm done to victims, and transformed lives with understanding and meaningful community connections. Since 2005, the RJP has joined the international restorative justice movement, with its mission to promote fundamental change in the justice system and schools. Our responses to crime and wrongdoing seek: Renewal and safety for the community, Support and healing for the victims, Accountability and reintegration for the offender into the community.