Civic Luncheon Lecture
Bring your own lunch or visit the cafeteria and join K-State Salina to learn about and participate in various current events impacting local issues. The cafeteria opens at 11 a.m.
Next Lunch and Lecture
March 12 | Noon to 1:00 p.m. | College Center Conference Room
Topic: "Restorative Justice: A New Way to Look at Criminal Justice"
Restorative justice usually involves a mediator or panel made up of citizen volunteers that help the victim confront the offender in a low-level crime. The panel also weighs in on the offender's punishment. Through the collaborative effort, the hope is that relationships are rebuilt and an entire community becomes stronger and safer, all while correction costs are lowered.
- Lisa Bedinger, coordinator of the South Burlington Community Justice Center in South Burlington, Vermont
- Ann Zimmerman, member of the Salina Initiative for Restorative Justice steering committee