• Shannon Sliva is an Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver, where she conducts national and local research on the impacts of sentencing and correctional policy with an emphasis on restorative and transformative justice solutions. Dr. Sliva tracks state-level restorative justice legislation across the U.S., and is currently partnering with Colorado practitioners, policymakers, and advocates to document the impacts of leading-edge restorative justice laws and develop recommendations for policy transfer. In addition, she is funded by the National Institute of Justice to evaluate the impact of victim offender dialogue on victims of serious, violent crimes in Colorado. Dr. Sliva is a faculty advisor to the University of Denver Prison Arts Initiative, supporting research on the impacts of arts-based work on prison culture and climate.

  • Review CV

  • Curriculum Vitae, June 2019

  • Read About...

  • Restorative Justice Legislation

  • Prison Labor and Restorative Justice

  • Serving Life Without Parole

  • The State of the State: Restorative Justice in Colorado report describes Colorado's unique landscape of restorative justice policy and practices. It was developed by Assistant Professor Shannon Sliva's research team at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work. Download the report here: State of the State Colorado Report.pdf 

  • University of Denver Engaging Ideas Series, January 2018
    https://www.du.edu/ideas/interview-videos/restorative-justice.html

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