The Restorative Justice Project at Impact Justice (Oakland) has designed a DiversionToolkit for Communities. This toolkit was primarily created for community-based organizations interested in starting a restorative justice diversion program for youth in their county. Here is a link to access the toolkit: rjdtoolkit.impactjustice.org
The online RJ Library is a database of over 12,000 (and counting) abstracts of articles, books, technical documents, and other publications related to restorative justice. Many of these are linked to full-text copies of the entries.
Restorative Community Conferencing in Alameda County.
This is a nationally recognized program for Restorative Justice Youth Diversion in Alameda County (Oakland).
The link below provides an infographic showing how the Restorative Community Conferencing (RCC) process is crime survivor-oriented, community-based, and supportive of the young person’s dignity and humanity. When a young person goes through an RCC process, the outcome is high satisfaction for the person harmed, a disrupted cycle of incarceration, and reduced social and fiscal costs. impactjustice.org/wp-content/uploads/RCC-Infographic_Aug2018.pdf