Criminal justice from a biblically restorative perspective.
The criminal justice program aims to honor biblical and social bases of law and the need for a justly ordered society. The program provides the criminal justice system with competent and compassionate professionals who afford not only punishment but restoration of people who break laws and even greater restitution for the general society and the victims of crimes.
You will be prepared to work within existing systems and also to present alternatives that lead to remediation, rehabilitation, and the restoration of justice and peace.
Professor and former Chicago police officer Dennis Connelly, Ed.D., on teaching
“As an educator helping to shape the minds of those entering the field of justice, I do not take lightly my responsibility to stress the Christian philosophies on justice.”
For information on how to complete a bachelor’s degree in this major in three years, contact the Admissions Office at 1.866.TRIN.4.ME or e-mail email@example.com.
Trinity Christian College Department of Criminal Justice
and Andrew Elliott Rusticus Foundation
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE, PROCEDURAL JUSTICE
AND RESTORATIVE PRACTICE:
in Criminal Justice, Schools, and Communities
Saturday, October 1, 2016
Ozinga Chapel, Trinity Christian College
Whether experienced or merely interested in this emerging approach to justice, you will gain new knowledge from the insightful keynotes and nine distinctive working sessions by fifteen leaders at the forefront in restorative and procedural justice, several of them providing detailed application of restorative justice practices. (For contact with conference organizing committee or other information, contact Brad Breems (firstname.lastname@example.org or 708-341-1154 or Diana Pell email@example.com). Download the brochure.
Read some articles from our presenters: