Volunteer Opportunity Details

Boulder County Volunteers!
Position Title:Impact of Crime Facilitator
Category:Criminal Justice and Public Safety
Time Commitment or Project Date:12 hours over 6 week classes, 3-4 classes per year. Applicants must be at least 21-years-old.
Boulder County Jail
Program Summary:
Impact of Crime classes are offered to inmates in the transitions program at the Boulder County Jail. Classes are offered to both men and women, and address impacts of crime on victims, community and themselves, and the process of change.
Duties and Responsibilities:
 Volunteers work in pairs to lead discussions and classroom activities, work with victim speakers and jail staff. Ongoing training through classroom observation during training.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Some knowledge of victim issues and a belief that people can change are desired. Facilitators will be trained in motivational interviewing and restorative justice facilitation. Willingness to be adaptable to a constantly changing environment is important.
Application or Registration Deadline:
Application Process:
Fill out Boulder County Sheriff's Office volunteer application form
Training Dates and Information:
Additional Information:
Richard Mansbach- 303-441-1752 or rmansbach@bouldercounty.org


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