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Aurora asks for resident input as it eyes restorative justice program


AURORA | The City of Aurora wants resident input on a future local restorative justice program, as it considers introducing the diversion option to its municipal court.

The city said in the release that it has contracted with the nonprofit Conflict Center to develop a plan for the program, including gauging residents’ opinions of the criminal justice system and restorative justice in particular.

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