As a direct result of the
Atlantic Community Justice project....
- Over 500 Rotarians in the region hear about the merits of Community Justice
- A database of over 500 Community Justice leaders in Atlantic Canada is developed.
- Approximately 230 Community Justice leaders take part in Communications workshop.
- 240 Communication Manuals are distributed to persons that will assist to fan the flame
well into the future.
- Community Advisory Group to advance Community Justice in the region is developed.
- 75 Community Justice activities in Atlantic Canada are identified and included in a
- 50 Restorative Justice Week Planning Kits are issued to Community Justice leaders in
the region to promote Restorative Justice Week.
- Mayor of Moncton declared Restorative Justice Week.
- Cleve Cooper, Assistant Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
addresses Rotary Clubs in the region.
- Ole Ingstrup, Commissioner of the Correctional service of Canada addresses Rotary
Clubs in the region.
- 7 people join their local Restorative Justice Committee.
- 1647 people visit the ACJP web page.
- A thorough Year in Review is conducted on three significant organizations that
promote Community Justice.
- 300 Sample Rotary Speeches are distributed throughout the region.
- 230 Media lists are distributed throughout the region.
- 472 community justice leaders were surveyed about their community justice activities,
with a response rate of 18.4 %. (It is estimated that on average a mailed survey in
Atlantic Canada yields a response rate of approx. 3 - 5%.)
- 175 Community Justice and 112 Restorative Justice resources, including stories,
overhead presentations, books, articles, newsletters, videos and pamphlets are
collected and/or catalogued and available at the Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource
- A media panel advises workshop participants in Moncton on how to best ensure
coverage of events.
- Project is promoted to over 700 community leaders in Atlantic Canada.
- A video of Kay Pranis conducting public seminars to promote Restorative Justice is
prepared and sourced in the Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource Library.
- A stories file is assembled and distributed throughout the region as an effective tool in
promoting and increasing awareness of Community Justice.
- Rotarians in Nova Scotia join local efforts in Restorative Justice.
- The groundwork is laid for a Community Justice Speakers Bureau in Atlantic Canada.
- 1-800 number for the Atlantic Crime Prevention Resource Library expands to accept
calls from the entire region for borrowing resource materials.
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