CDRJS Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2021


The AGM for 2021 was held on the evening of March 16th and hosted through a Zoom connection.
A Draft copy of the meeting minutes may be downloaded using the link following.

If you are interested in becoming involved in CDRJS as a Member, or Board Member or Facilitator Training, attending the AGM is a good starting point.  The Board and Membership are a welcoming group and willing to answer any questions that you may have. 


Click the link below to download the Draft AGM Minutes for 2021

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New Year and a New Location!


The difficulties associated with Covid-19 and the requirement to maintain appropriate Social Distancing have required our organization to find a new office space with addition room for group work.  Our previous arrangement with Summit Services in Cranbrook will be greatly missed - great people and a very nice work environment.


I approached Jeannie Argatoff and Adam Stenersen with RE/MAX Blue Sky Realty and they kindly provided an excellent space in their building on Baker Street.  It has been a good move for our program and it is reassuring when businesses such as RE/MAX  make such a kind and positive contribution to CDRJS and the community.  Thanks again!


Our new address: 926 Baker Street (upstairs to the right)



 



Certification!!!!

Congratulations to:

Wendy Haley (pictured left) from CDRJS

and

Michelle Epp

Sharon Kucher

Stephen Schneider

from the Greater Trail Restorative Justice Society

on their successful completion of the requirements for CJF Facilitator Certification.  Well Done and thanks for contributing to your community through Restorative Justice Facilitation.



 



 




Civil Forfeiture Grants


CDRJS was awarded a grant from Civil Forfeiture to support training and coordination of Restorative Justice in this region. 

"British Columbia is committed to a restorative justice approach that considers the involvement of victims, offenders and communities in achieving justice and addressing the harm caused by crime."


The Civil Forfeiture Grant program directs some the proceeds of crime back into services and opportunities which will support communities, identified groups who are experiencing or subject to criminal influences and programs such as CDRJS who work to support community engagement in community difficulties associated with crime. 


We are grateful for the recognition and the financial support.


For more information on the Civil Forfeiture Grant Program, External link opens in new tab or windowclick here




 



 




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