The Fairview Family & Community Resource Centre, located in the FCSS office houses books, videos and DVDs on Restorative Justice. Located on the main floor of 10209 109 Street, Fairview, Alberta, Canada. 


Books

"The Little Book of Restorative Justice" by Howard Zehr

"The Little Book of Trauma Healing; When Violence Strikes and Community Security is Threatened" by Carolyn Yoder

"The Little Book of Restorative Discipline for Schools; Teaching responsibility; creating caring climates" by Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz and Judy H Mullet

"The Restorative practices Handbook for Teachers, Disciplinarians and Administrators" by Bob Costello, Joshua Watchel and Ted Watchel

"Safer Saner Schools; Restorative practices in Education" Edited by Ted Watchel and laura Mirsky

"Changing Paradigms;Punishment and Restorative Discipline" by Paul Redkop, Foreword by Howard Zehr

"Real Justice; How can we revolutionize our response to wrongdoing" by Ted Watchel 

"Worldview Skills; Transforming conflict from the Inside Out" by Jessie Sutherland

"The Other Inmate- Mediating Justice, Mediating Hope" by Margot Van Sluytman

"Dance with Your Healing~ Tears let me begin to speak~ " by Margot Van Sluytman

"Victim Meets Offender; The Impact of Restorative Justice and Mediation" by Mark S. Umbreit

"A Framework for Understanding Poverty" by Ruby K. Payne Ph. D.


Resources on DVD

"Tributary Streams of a Healing River; An In Depth Study of Restorative Justice" 10 DVD Collection

"Burning Bridges" This 35 minute documentary tells the story of a community moving through greif and anger to healing.

"Toxic Talk" This 22 minute documentary shows an actual conference following a workplace incident.

"Building our Community" A 16 minute film about restorative practices a Collingwood Primary School.

"The Transformation of West Philadelphia High School", Discover the power of restorative practices in this 9 minute video. 

"An Introduction to Restorative Practices at Endeavour High School" 13 minutes


Resources on VHS

"Victim Offender Mediation Training; Fraser Region Community Justice Initiatives Association"  50 Minutes