In March of 1997, members of the Sudbury community began meeting to look at alternative forms of justice for victims and offenders. A steering committee comprised of representation from the legal community, law enforcement, The City of Greater Sudbury, community service providers and members of the public was created. In 2004 this steering committee became Sudbury District Restorative Justice, a not for profit, registered charity.
The mission of Sudbury District Restorative Justice is to enable victims, accused and community to resolve the effects of crime and conflict.
- The Ministry of Children and Youth Service
Youth Justice Services, Northern Region.
- United Way Centraide, Sudbury and Nipissing
- Fees for service and charitable donations
Sudbury District Restorative Justice is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors. The board is comprised of justice personal and interested citizens. A current board list is available upon request.
From time to time recipients of service may disagree with the service that is provided for them. All grievances will be handled confidentially and in a timely manner in order to achieve a satisfactory resolution that is fair and equitable to all parties. Please talk with the Executive director about the agency complaints process if you have concerns.