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Assault on a Safeway Manager

A Restorative Justice Adult Felony Case Study

Tom Cavanagh

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Assault on a Safeway Manager:
A Restorative Justice Adult Felony Case Study

Tom Cavanagh, MS

Affiliate Professor
School for Professional Studies

Regis University
Denver, Colorado

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Tom Cavanagh-Restorative Justice, Inc., Publisher
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Fort Collins, CO 80522


About the Author

Tom Cavanagh is a scholar, writer, and facilitator of restorative justice. He

facilitated a private forum called, “A conversation about restorative justice in

Colorado,” as part of the Institute on the Common Good at Regis University in Denver.

He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Educational Leadership at Colorado State

University. His studies are focused on education and research related to restorative

justice. He is an Affiliate Professor of Management for the School for Professional

Studies at Regis University and an Adjunct Professor of Management at Front Range

Community College in Fort Collins, Colorado. He worked as a court reporter for the

District Court in Fort Collins.

He is an honors graduate of Regis University in Denver, with a MS in

management. His undergraduate work was completed at Carroll College, Helena,

Montana, where he received a BA in English, and Lamar (Colorado) Community

College, graduating with an AA in Liberal Arts.


Restorative justice offers fresh ideas to our criminal justice system. This values-

based approach to justice is based on healing the harm of crime, with a balanced focus

on the offender, victim, and community. Because this philosophy is new, quantitative

data are hard to find. Therefore, the qualitative method of case studies is appropriate

for reporting and analyzing the outcomes of restorative justice.

This case study looks at the use of restorative justice conferencing in an adult

felony case. To date the primary focus of this process is on juvenile cases. This case

study involves an adult case, believed to be the first such case in Colorado and one of

the first in the United States. The highlight of this case study is a conference that took

place between the entry of the plea of guilty and sentencing by the Court.


Assault on a Safeway Manager:
A Restorative Justice Adult Felony Case Study


The principal people involved in this case study are Milton Brown, a young black

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