Gordon Bazemore on Youth Development, Restorative Justice, and Social Capital and Restorative Decision-making

Background: On May 18 and 19, 2011, Reclaiming Futures hosted its biannual Leadership Institute for its participating sites. Held in Miami this year, the Institute featured presentations from leaders in the fields of youth work and juvenile justice. 

About This Archived Webcast: On Thursday, May 19, Dr. Gordon Bazemore, a leading expert in restorative justice and juvenile justice, gave a three-part presentation on youth development, restorative justice, and social capital and "restorative decision-making." >>Download the presentation slides.


About the Presenter

juvenile-justice-reform_Gordon-BazemoreGordon Bazemore is professor and director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, and director of the Community Justice Institute, at Florida Atlantic University. His research focuses on juvenile justice and youth policy, restorative justice, crime victims, corrections, and community policing. He is the author of 65 peer-reviewed articles, 34 book chapters, 25 monographs and technical reports, and other publications. Dr. Bazemore has more than 30 years experience in juvenile justice practice, research, training, and technical assistance. He is a graduate of the Memphis State University and holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Oregon.

Updated: February 08 2018