Lillooet Restorative Justice Program

Who We Are

Lillooet Restorative Justice is a program of Lillooet Learns!    View the Board Members of Lillooet Learns!

Steering Committee

Emerson Adolph, St'át'imc Justice Inc.
Erika Barten, MCFD
Trevor Chandler, Landscope Consulting Corporation, Lillooet Learns Board of Directors
Sarah Chandler, S. Chandler Consulting
Vacant, LRJP Coordinator
Paul Ehni, School District 74
Warren Kongus, Cst., RCMP
Kim Davy, Interior Health
Sheila Dunbar, St. Mary's Anglican Church
Betty Weaver, Lillooet Library
Kim Halayko, School District 74
Lucy Jones, Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources Operations
Shelley Leech, T'it'q'et Community
Toby Mueller, Community Literacy Outreach Coordinator
Moon Pellett, Open Door Group
Laura Rhodes, Lillooet Friendship Centre
Wayne Robinson, Director of Recreation, Municipal District of Lillooet
Christ'l Roshard, Clerk, Lillooet Circuit Court (ex-officio)
Launi Davis, DFO
Bob Sheridan, Lillooet Chamber of Commerce
Laureen Weget
Connie Konkin, Early Childhood Educator

Facilitators

Sarah Chandler

Sarah Chandler

Sarah Chandler is a trainer/facilitator and an independent consultant. She has been an accredited facilitator/trainer with the Equitas International Centre for Human Rights Education since 1997. She is a volunteer facilitator with the Alternatives to Violence Project. Sarah serves on Board of the Canadian Friends Service Committee and Board of the Church Council on Justice and Corrections. She holds an MA in Understanding and Securing Human Rights, from the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London, UK and a certificate in the facilitation of Restorative Dialogue in the context of Severe Criminal and Political Violence from the International Restorative Justice Dialogue Institute at the Centre for Restorative Justice and Peacemaking, University of Minnesota, USA. (2008) She is an RCMP certified trainer of Community Justice Forum facilitators (2011).

Trevor Chandler

Trevor Chandler

A graduate of Lillooet Secondary School (LHS), University of Guelph (BSc) and Simon Fraser Universities (PhD), Trevor is now retired from a career in international development and as a distance education university instructor in ecology and environmental studies. He supplements his hobbies, organic orcharding and woodworking, with ongoing volunteer service to his community. He is on the board of Lillooet Learns, the society through which the Lillooet Restorative Justice Program operates, and serves on the Lillooet Community Foundation. At the national level, he serves on the Canadian Friends Service Committee (Quakers). Trevor is an experienced facilitator of Alternatives to Violence and Restorative Justice.

Kim Halayko

Shelley Leech

Toby Mueller

Toby Mueller

Hi, my name is Toby Mueller. I have been volunteering for LRJ since November 2010. I grew up in Toronto. I did four years toward a bachelor degree in Environmental Studies and Cultural Studies at Trent University. I moved to the Lillooet area in 1995 for love. I have stayed and made this place my home. I am a mother, wife, farmer, literacy outreach worker and community volunteer. I became interested in restorative justice after a few very different experiences with the criminal justice system. I feel that it is important to have alternative ways of dealing with bad behaviour, especially for young people. RJ works to heal the harm done and fully integrate the person into the community. Often the criminal justice system further alienates victims, offenders and their families. In my experience the Community Justice forums are safe and compassionate. Victims are satisfied with the outcomes, and offenders are able to express remorse, make amends and move forward as positive members of the community. I always feel privileged to be part of this process, and I am very glad to be a volunteer for this program.

Laura Rhodes

Paul Ehni

Taya Rankin

Anna Raye Douglass

Tracy Malyon

Zachary Bunting

Natasha Street

 

Coordinator

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR LILLOOET RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM CO-ORDINATOR

Closing date: 27 Sept 2017

 

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