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Applying Restorative Justice to Campus Sexual Misconduct
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Foreword Introduction Part I Philosophy and Getting Started 1. A Restorative Justice Approach to Campus Sexual Misconduct. Restorative Guideposts and Insights from Early Adopters 2. Building Restorative Principles into Campus Policies 3. What About Due Process? Addressing Common Concerns and Questions about Using Restorative Justice in Cases of Campus Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct Part II Process and Intervention 4. Building Restorative Options 5. When Informal Is Formal. Procedural Documents, MOUs, Agreements, and Administrative Case Management Considerations 6. Specialized Interventions for Addressing Problematic Sexual Behavior Part III Facilitation Focus 7. Embodying a Restorative Approach. Attending to the Complexities of Restorative Justice for Campus Sexual Misconduct 8. Facilitating Repair and Restoration. Guiding Restorative Practices with Those Who’ve Experienced and Caused Sexual Harms 9. Healing through Supported Dialogue. A Reflection and Three Case Studies Part IV Reflections on Implementation 10. Adaptable Resolution. Where Justice and Healing Meet 11. Reflections on Starting a Restorative Justice Program 12. System-Aware Considerations for Restorative Responses to Campus Sexual Misconduct 13. Implementation of Institutionally Facilitated Restorative Justice Approaches to Campus Sexual Harm 14. Practitioner Reflection 15. Case Study. Restorative Justice for Campus Sexual Misconduct 16. Reflections on Piloting a Process 17. Observations and Reflections From a Restorative Justice Process Participant 18. Reflection – STARRSA AP Implementation Recommendations 19. Transformation 20. Practitioner Reflection on the Ripple Effects across Communities Appendix A Editors and Contributors Index

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Kaaren M. Williamsen is Director of PEAR (Prevention Education, Assistance & Resources) in the Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX Office at the University of Michigan. PEAR is a new 7-person office focused on providing prevention and policy education for faculty and staff, as well as by providing assistance to all 19 schools and colleges as they holistically respond to sexual misconduct in their communities. She has also served as Director of SAPAC (Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center) at the University of Michigan. Prior to U-M, she served as the Title IX Coordinator at Swarthmore College, and was the founding director of the Gender and Sexuality Center at Carleton College, where she also served as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Kaaren has masters’ degrees in women’s studies (Minnesota State, Mankato) and counseling and student personnel psychology (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities); she holds a Ph.D. in organizational leadership, policy, and development from the University of Minnesota. She is a co-founder of Campus PRISM (Promoting Restorative Initiatives for Sexual Misconduct) and is a restorative justice facilitator trainer and consultant.

Erik S. Wessel is the Director of the Office of Student Conflict Resolution (OSCR) at the University of Michigan. OSCR is a multi-disciplinary office which employs a spectrum model of restorative resolution pathways for campus community conflict and accountability. It is in this role that he has collaborated on the development and effective implementation of Adaptable Resolution pathways for Sexual and Gender-based misconduct, as well as building effective psychoeducational intervention tools responsive to sexual and gender-based educational needs. Erik holds a Doctor of Education degree in Higher Education Administration from Penn State University with specialization in Counselor Education. Prior to joining the OSCR team in 2015, Erik served as the Director of the Office of Student Conduct at Ferris State University and worked in student conduct and Residence Life at Penn State University.

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"This book expertly outlines ways to offer justice and restoration to survivors, strengthen the humanity of offenders through responsibility, and to caringly support the narrative of community. While campus policies and procedures are necessary, violations of such are not the core of any community; people are. Applying Restorative Justice to Campus Sexual Misconduct displays how the creating and respecting community standards, accepting responsibility, restoring community members, and providing education can all be achieved."Ryan C. Holmes, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, University of Miami"Applying Restorative Justice to Campus Sexual Misconduct serves as a much-needed resource for Title IX and student affairs professionals. With the growing demand from survivors for restorative justice options, it is vital for practitioners to understand and apply the practice effectively. Emphasizing the importance of thoughtful treatment of all parties involved, this book provides the expertise and guidance needed to navigate cases involving sexual misconduct on campus, ensuring that restorative justice is practiced with the utmost care and consideration."Jennifer E. Henkle, Director, Sexual Violence Prevention and Response, NASPA"Williamsen, Wessel, and colleagues explore a restorative justice approach's why, what, and how for campus-based sexual violence. They make a case for restorative justice practices as a resolution option that prioritizes survivors' healing, perpetrators' accountability, and individual and collective learning and change. I've seen too many times how a compliance-based traditional process can undermine its own intended outcomes. They explore case examples, offer guidance and direction, and share wisdom and insights learned through integrated practice, deep reflection, and social justice-oriented praxis."Keith E. Edwards, sexual violence prevention educator and author of Unmasking: Toward Authentic Masculinity"This book, written by school administrators and restorative justice practitioners, is a comprehensive guide to the use of restorative justice for campus sexual misconduct. Incorporating the latest social science research, the authors offer detailed advice about restorative justice practice, provide compelling case studies, and describe program development. This is a must-read for school administrators, school-based restorative justice facilitators, and for all who seek a better way of responding to sexual harm."Donna Coker, Professor of Law, University of Miami School of Law"This is the go-to volume for all things related to Restorative Justice and Sexual Misconduct on college campuses. Williamsen and Wessel have curated a volume that is essential, both for those who are immersed in restorative practices and sexual misconduct and for those interested in learning more. This book is a must read."Alissa R. Ackerman, Associate Professor, Criminal Justice Program Coordinator, California State University, Fullerton"Restoring relationships and communities after a harmful experience is critical work for educators and leaders. This book provides guidance for those wishing to use restorative justice informed approaches (RJIA) to advance equity, transparency, inclusivity and fairness in their processes. While focused on responses to sexual misconduct, it is broadly useful for all of us who want to think as partners rather than as adversaries in creating human-centered educational spaces in which all of us can thrive."Rebecca Ropers, Professor of Higher Education and Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs, University of Minnesota

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