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1 Restorative Justice 360 Initiative 3 rd National RJ Conference Deb Galerneau-Scanlon Systems Analyst

2 ON TARGET Information Technology (IT) – Finding Resources Leveling the Playing Field The Business of Restorative Justice Green Community (Sustainability)– Community Capital Sustainable Community Indicators-Measure of Progress Green Business (Triple Bottom Line) – Quaker Model Performance Measurements Business Intelligence (BI)– Making Better Decisions Knowledge is Power The RJ360 Initiative– The Game-Changer From Criminal Justice to Restorative Justice Call to Action– Strength In Numbers (People & Quantification) Sow Your Seeds, Find the Opportunities Using IT to Build Stronger Communities

3 The Business Of Restorative Justice THE COMMUNITY IS YOU Connections - Sustainability

4 ON TARGET Sustainable Communities Human & Social People, their skills, health, & their education & Their ability to cooperate & work together Built & Financial Capital Manufactured goods, equip. bldgs, roads, info systems, credit/debt, jobs Natural Capital Environment, both renewable & non-renewable, services of eco- system, & life-enhancing qualities of nature The Wise Manager Living Off The Interest !!!!!!!! Communities need to be wise about how they invest and manage all their community capital: Natural, Social, & Built. Communities need to ‘Live Off The Interest’ by investing their community capital. To Learn More About Sustainable Communities and how to measure them, visit Community Indicators Consortium: www.communityindicators.net

5 ON TARGET Ecosystems Population Land Use Resource Use General Business (jobs & income) Energy Transportation Industry (manu- facturing, services, renewable & non- renewable resource extraction) Education Public Safety Health Housing Government- Participation- Volunteerism- Cooperation Community Indicators: Measures of Progress

6 The Business Of Restorative Justice Sustainable Indicator Adult literacy rate Participation in continuing and adult education Tuition cost as % disposable Traditional Indicator Drop out rates SAT scores Operational expenditure per student Community Indicators: Measures of Progress Society & Human Capital

7 The Business Of Restorative Justice Sustainability Indicators Number of convicted criminals who receive educational assistance (Measure of improvement of social capital, highlights connection between public safety & education) Number of neighborhood watch associations with a broader focus than crime prevention (Measure of broader, more integrative social capital than association with only crime focus) Number or percent of teens participating in volunteer efforts (Measure of social capital) Traditional Indicators Number of FTE state & local police (Not a measure of the effectiveness of the police, nor of the pressures causing the problems to begin with. A one dimensional measure!) Amount of money spent on crime prevention or mitigation (Does not show connection to economic or environmental issues!) Number of reported crimes (violent, personal, property) (Does not show connection to economic, social or environment issues! A one dimensional measure!) Community Indicators: Measures of Progress Society & Human Capital- Public Safety Indicator

8 The Business Of Restorative Justice Education “Education is an investment in the social capital of a community. It provides individuals with skills and abilities. [It] develops citizens who are capable of working together to create, maintain, and enhance a sustainable society.” Maureen Hart Sustainable Community Indicators measure the connections between different segments of the community, not just the level of crime in the community. Education and the ability to afford basic needs are keys to individual well-being, and have a direct connection to public safety!

9 The Business Of Restorative Justice BUSINESS & YOU People – Planet - Profits

10 The Business Of Restorative Justice QUAKER BUSINESS PRINCIPLES FOR THE COMMUNITY GOOD CURRENT CORPORATE WORLD Business Culture/Philosophies Sustainable or Unsustainable GREED IS GOOD

11 ON TARGET REGARDLESS, THE SAME FUNCTIONS ARE NEEDED Reason for the Business Education & Training Finance/Investments Operations Programs Legal Accounting Human Resources Marketing Acquisition Fundraising AND MAYBE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

12 The Business Of Restorative Justice KNOWLEDGE IS POWER DATA ……………… (TONS, TERABYTES, OF IT) (Data is raw, stuff on paper or in spreadsheets) Types: structured, unstructured, internal, external, phones, computers cars, satellites, RFIDS, automation systems, ………………….

13 ON TARGET STRATEGY, TACTICS, OPERATIONS NOT NORMALLY IN ALIGNMENT NORMALLY MADE BY GUT INSTINCT NOT NORMALLY ENOUGH INFORMATION TO MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION NOT NORMALLY MEASURED

14 The Business Of Restorative Justice WE ARE ALL IN ‘BUSINESS’ Whether you make your money working for yourself or someone else; Whether you are a homemaker or a CEO. What are your Business Goals? How productive are you? How effective are you?

15 The Business Of Restorative Justice INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Leveling the Playing Field

16 The Business Of Restorative Justice INTEGRATING DATA- AUTOMATION Companies have been trying to implement Enterprise Resource Planning (ERPs) with varying success Customer Relationship Management Supply Chain Management (SCM) HR/Talent Management & Leadership Pipelines

17 The Business Of Restorative Justice Million $ Blocks, study by Eric Cadora (NY): Crime & Money Maps, Geo- Spatial Overlays. The graphics show the self-defeating CJ policies: for policy reform, economic turn-around, building sustainable communities, Justice Reinvestment. Wired Magazine Article: What a Hundred Million Calls Reveal About NY, (NY’s 311, the Quality of Life Hotline), Steven Johnson, Nov 2010. SoundBites & CellBlocks, 2001 CA study, www.interrupt.org, We Interrupt This Message.www.interrupt.org THE POWER OF IT Powering Connection Wired Magazine Articles: Organizing Armegedon, by Vince Beiser, May 2010, Natural disasters, population growth, environmental degradation ensures that the number of people needing help is skyrocketing. Our communities are in chaos. In Chaos There Are Opportunities!

18 ON TARGET

19 The Business Of Restorative Justice KNOWLEDGE IS POWER DATA ……………… INFORMATION……………… (Data that are processed & can be useful; answers ‘who, what, where, when’ questions)

20 The Business Of Restorative Justice BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE Making Better Decisions

21 The Business Of Restorative Justice KNOWLEDGE IS POWER DATA INFORMATION KNOWLEDGE…….. (& Understanding) Answers the ‘How & Why’ questions

22 The Business Of Restorative Justice DATA DRIVEN DECISIONS (DDD) ! BI is timely, accurate, high-value, & actionable Effective Policies, Processes, & Protocols Changing/Countering the Message Money spent Vs Beliefs (Freakonomics- Drug Dealers) * ID Opportunities and Competitive Edge Flattened Org Chart (Here Comes Everybody) Access to All Resources Strategic Action on a Dime More Done w/Less Less Costly What-if Data should be warehoused, not people. Data Mining ETL

23 The Business Of Restorative Justice SCORECARDS A ‘Report Card’ www.balancedscorecard.org DASHBOARDS A graphic that shows real-time information on Key Performance Indicators Example: Gas Gauge in your car HOW?

24 The Business Of Restorative Justice RJ360 INITIATIVE A Game Changer

25 The Business Of Restorative Justice WISDOM IS POWER DATA INFORMATION KNOWLEDGE WISDOM (Evaluated Understanding & Application) BUILDING STRONGER, MORE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES!

26 The Business Of Restorative Justice WHAT IF YOU HAD ACCESS TO THIS CAPABILITY ? Setting Performance Measures for RJ ‘Organizational’ Learning & Knowledge Transfer Effectiveness & Productivity Quantified Library of Best Practices & Programs ‘In A Box’ to include Re-Entry & Schools Library of Applicable, Multi-Disciplinary Research Library of Business Cases, Economic Analysis Appropriate Protocols based on Scientific Studies, (Public Safety Hazard: Ignore At Our Peril- www.mrn.orgwww.mrn.org Easily Counter the Message Easily Spot Trends Easily Take Action Strength in numbers WORDS OF THE DAY: MONEY & METRICS

27 The Business Of Restorative Justice WHAT IF…… ? WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED? TIME TO GET DOWN TO BUSINESS

28 ON TARGET What Is It Resource for States & Communities for better decision- making through multi-disciplinary research; library of business cases, economic analysis, best practices. Resources for Practitioners through education & training, collaboration & problem solving curriculum & programs in schools (Civil Citations), prisons, communities. Resources for Families through education and job training, independent oversight of unsustainable practices w/i (cops/courts/ corrections). A technology framework for the Restorative Justice Community of Practice Promoting social justice through sustainability, accountability & oversight Supporting a worldwide network of RJ coalitions Following the ‘green’ principles of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Redesign Based on Enterprise Business Intelligence; doing more with less RJ360 Initiative

29 The Business Of Restorative Justice CALL TO ACTION A Challenge

30 ON TARGET The Power of Questions Get Involved Find the Chaos Reach Out We all have resources around us all the time Encourage colleges & universities to collaborate w/I depts (community) Send RJ Requirements Take advantage of State contracts Don’t Re-invent The Wheel Change / Counter the Message Send Best practices How You Can Help THERE IS STRENGTH IN NUMBERS!

31 ON TARGET THANK YOU! WWW.FAIRNESSWORKS.COM United Community Builders POC: KEN KIMSEY FIND THE CHAOS & SOW YOUR SEEDS!


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