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    • Healing communities : balancing justice with mercy.

    • Prisoners--Deinstitutionalization--Oklahoma.;
    • What is a Healing Community?; A Healing Community: * Seeks to engage congregations in the restoration and healing of people in their own congregation.; Oklahoma's Healing Communities project includes the Victim Impact Listen and Learn program.
    • Surviving victims of homicide educational support group

    • Victims of crimes--Services for--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Corrections Victims support program is committed to supporting victims and family members as they face the many challenges from a criminal act. Victims will have the opportunity to be empowered with information and...
    • The apology bank

    • Victims of crime--Services for--Oklahoma.; Prisoners--Oklahoma.
    • The Apology Bank is a form of restorative justice that allows offenders who are incarnated to write a letter of apology to their victim. Th e Apology Bank provides information to victims who would like an apology from the offender as a result of...
    • Victim resources : victim offender mediation.

    • Victims of crime--Services for--Oklahoma.;
    • The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections’ Victim Services Unit is to serve as the initial point of contact to assist victims and survivors of crime by providing information and resources in response to inquiries related to offenders;...
    • Programs offering specialized services statewide, 05/16/2014

    • Dispute resolution (Law)--Oklahoma--Directories.; Mediation--Oklahoma--Directories.
    • The Alternative Dispute Resolution System in Oklahoma is currently made up of twelve community-based mediation centers (Early Settlement) and eleven programs developed by state agencies. This system which was authorized (1983) and funded (1985) by...
    • Guide for families & friends of offenders

    • Oklahoma. Department of Corrections--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Corrections--Oklahoma.; Prisoners' families--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Correctional institutions--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Corrections was created by legislation in May 1967. Today, the agency is the second largest state agency in Oklahoma. The agency operates 17 institutions, 7 community correction centers, 15 community work centers, and 6...

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