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Annual General Meeting and Call for Directors

The LCCJP Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday June 6, 2016 at the Carleton Place Canoe Club. Here is the advertisement for our Call for Directors and the application process.

In Focus – Wed March 9, 2016 – Lanark County Community Justice Program: Beth Peterkin

March 9, 2016 by Adam Weekes

Lynda’s guest, Beth Peterkin, executive director, Lanark County Community Justice Program, talks about how the program benefits local youth; the newly launched school outreach initiative; and the three major funders who have made this possible. Listen here.

Roger and Lianne Sands of Arranel Studios created an amazing blog post of photos from our School Program Launch on February 26, 2016.  Special thanks to the students and staff of St. Francis de Sales School in Smiths Falls for hosting us for this event. Enjoy!

MEDIA RELEASE                                                              March 4, 2016

Community Animator to Lead Restorative Approaches Initiative in Schools

Lanark County, ON – Let us introduce you to Andrew Lynch, the newly-hired Community Animator for the Lanark County Community Justice Program’s (LCCJP) school outreach initiative. Andrew is joining the staff of LCCJP effective March 7, 2016 and will be tasked with developing and rolling out a new program designed to expand the use of read more...

 MEDIA RELEASE                                                              February 26, 2016

Lanark County, ON - On Friday, the Lanark County Community Justice Program (LCCJP) welcomed community partners to the official launch and ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the start of an exciting new school outreach initiative. Local MPP Randy Hillier was on hand to hear more on this initiative that will help to expand upon restorative approaches in schools and youth centres throughout Lanark County and the Town of Smiths read more...

The Lanark County Community Justice Program (LCCJP) made several exciting changes to their organization at the Annual General Meeting held on Wednesday November 26. While continuing to provide the same excellent service throughout Lanark County and the Town of Smiths Falls as a leader in the use of restorative practices, the organization felt it was time to freshen up their look and unveiled their new logo. “LCCJP has come a long way from its origins in 1998” said Executive Director Beth Peterkin. “We needed to look at our branding and update our look”. Peterkin, along with Program read more...

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