• "I am extremely sorry for my actions and disrespect, especially towards the police officer and the rest of the community. My actions affected the fire department and ther families. Also I'm very sorry to anyone who was scared or shocked as I have been in shocking and life changing moments as well."........  (from an adult accused person)

  • "As the accused's mother, I wish to express my great appreciation for my son having the opportunity to hear from others involved in the crime and understand how broadly his actions affected people in the community."........ (from the mother of an accused)

  • Thank you for the opportunity to help these students understand the impact of their actions and for continuing to support the school community in the way that you have.......from a school representative who participated in a community justice forum.

  • Thank you for volunteering your time to help us resolve this matter........from a community justice forum participant.

  • I came in here feeling a lot of anger and resistance to the whole process but my anger disappeared and I feel a lot better and hope we continue to heal....from a complainant participating in a community justice forum.

  • The Forum was run in a professional, informed and efficient manner..... (from a police officer)

  • Since participating in a community justice forum, my son is making better choices of friends and his grades at school are improving. He is participating in sports rather than hanging out downtown after school hours.   (from a parent)

  • The drum circle at the AGM in June 2016 included youth and adults.
    Youth and adults participated in a drum circle at our AGM in June 2016.
  • LCCJP Board of Directors
    Our Board of Directors on November 2015
  • Celebrating 15th Anniversary
    Celebrating our 15th Anniversary
  • Volunteers at Fulton's Sugar Bush
    Volunteers at Fulton's Sugar Bush
  • Students on the rug at St. Francis
    St. Francis students help to celebrate the launch of the school program.
  • Facilitators at a Training Session
    LCCJP Facilitators at a Training Session
  • Chair Murray Long presents Sheri Halladay with flowers.
    Chair Murray Long presents Sheri Halladay with flowers.
  • United Way
    Andrew and Beth with Fraser Scantlebury from the United Way
  • Mayor Louis Antonakos from Carleton Place greeted our guests.
    Mayor Louis Antonakos from Carleton Place greeted our guests.
  • Cutting the Cake
    Cutting the Cake during our 15th Anniversary celebration
  • Tom Scholberg photo
    Tom Scholberg, Guest Speaker at June 2016 AGM
  • Guests at our AGM on June 6, 2016
    The AGM on June 6, 2016 was held at the Carleton Place Canoe Club
  • AGM 2015 Dinner
    AGM 2015 Dinner
  • Randy Hillier at the launch of the school initiative.
    MPP Randy Hillier presenting the plaque at the School Program Launch
  • Volunteers at Fulton's Sugar Bush
    LCCJP volunteers celebrated National Volunteer Week 2016 playing at Fulton's Sugar Bush
  • Dinner after the Conference
    LCCJP members at dinner after the International RJ Conference
  • Helen is enjoying her pancakes at Fulton's Sugar Bush
    Helen is enjoying her pancakes at Fulton's Sugar Bush

What's up

LCCJP is proud to be a partner of the United Way Lanark County. Here is their Annual Report for 2015.
Lanark County Community Justice Program is seeking a full-time Executive Director. Please see the advertisement and the position description for more details.
Beth is retiring at the end of September.