About Lindsey

Lindsey PointerLindsey Pointer is a restorative practices facilitator, trainer and researcher from Colorado. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Restorative Justice at Victoria University with support from a Rotary Global Grant Scholarship and Fulbright. In addition to her studies, Lindsey facilitates restorative justice conferences and provides training in restorative practices for university staff and students as the Creative Director at Aspen Restorative Consulting. Lindsey previously worked with Longmont Community Justice Partnership in Colorado as the Community Restorative Justice Bilingual Program Manager. Her role involved training volunteers, police, and community partners in restorative practices. Lindsey has a B.A. in Religion with a minor in Nonviolence from Colorado College and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

Lindsey’s writing is a collection of case studies and reflections on the benefits and challenges of the restorative justice process.

Grants: 

Conference Presentations: 

2015 National Association of Restorative and Community Justice Conference in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
  • Teaching Restorative Practices through Games
  • Partnering with Police in Restorative Justice Organizations
  • Using Strengths and Assets in Restorative Justice
2015 Pikes Peak Restorative Justice Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Teaching Restorative Practices through Games
  • Partnering with Police in Restorative Justice Organizations
2015 Colorado Bar Association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Conference in Denver, Colorado
  • Restorative Conversations for Resolving One-on-One Conflict
2016 Social Movements, Resistance, and Social Change Conference in Wellington, New Zealand
  • Building Restorative Communities

2016 Australia and New Zealand Education Law Association Conference

  • Restorative Justice and Restorative Practices in Higher Education 

2017 National Association of Restorative and Community Justice Conference in Oakland, CA

  • Creating Transformational Space: Ritual and Restorative Justice
  • Building a Restorative University 

2017 Victoria University Wellbeing Symposium

  • Restorative Practices for Community Wellbeing
2017 Conflict Resolution Conference in Wellington, New Zealand
  • Teaching Restorative Practices through Games
  • The Role of Ritual in Conflict Resolution

2018 European Forum for Restorative Justice Conference in Tirana, Albania

  •  Teaching Restorative Practices through Games
  • Creating Transformational Space: Ritual and Restorative Justice 
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4 thoughts on “About Lindsey

  1. Lindsey, I am thrilled to see that you are working in restorative justice! This is such an important field of study and I look forward to seeing the work you do in New Zealand and your accomplishments thereafter.

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