The UCSB Police Restorative Justice Program is a voluntary program that aims to improve community relations and partnerships, as well as offer a diversion option for those who are eligible. Individuals cited for the violations listed below will be offered a two hour interactive course focused on the history, needs, and improvement of our local community.
In addition to attending the class, participants of the Restorative Justice Program will be assigned up to 4 hours of community service in Isla Vista as a court mandate for completion of this program. Assigned community service duties are subject to change depending on community needs.
Commonly assigned community service duties include but are not limited to:
- Picking up litter
- Working with Adopt-A-Block (AAB), a private party, non-police, Community Service Work (CSW) Program that provides opportunities for individuals to complete community service hours assigned to them by the Santa Barbara County Probation Department or various municipal courts.
- Graffiti abatement
- Assisting Isla Vista Recreation & Park District Grounds Staff with routine maintenance duties
PLEASE READ PRIOR TO ENROLLING:
- Eligible Restorative Justice Violations: 36-2 CO, 36-3 CO, 40-2 CO, 5CCR100003.
- Please register for the class within 21 days of receiving the citation.
- Upon completion of the Restorative Justice Class and assigned community service, the associated fine of up to $300 will be waived and the citation will NOT go on your permanent record.
- BOTH the Restorative Justice Class, and assigned community service must be completed within 90 days or your citation will be forwarded to the court.
- The UCSB Police Restorative Justice Program may only be taken once per person.
- COMPLETION OF THE UCSB POLICE RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OFFENDER.
- Participants that fail to complete any part of the program (registration, class attendance, completion of the assigned community service) will have their citations forwarded to the Court.
**Note** A valid government issued ID is required at the time of enrollment. Please bring your copy of the citation. There is no registration fee.
Enroll within 30 days of receiving the citation by visiting the Santa Barbara County Sheriff Isla Vista Foot Patrol Station, 6504 Trigo Road, Goleta CA 93117,
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Questions? Please contact the UCSB Police Records Unit: email@example.com
or the Isla Vista Foot Patrol: (805) 681-4179.
**Note** By volunteering to participate in the Restorative Justice Class, you are waiving your legal right to have your case heard by a Judge for a potential return of a non-guilty verdict or any other Court determination or disposition. Enrollment constructively constitutes a no contest finding for all legal purposes.
The UCSB Rolling Stock Program program is a voluntary program that aims to improve community relations and partnerships, as well as offer a diversion option for those who are eligible. Individuals cited for the following violations will be offered a two hour interactive course focused on bicycling / skateboarding safety on campus and in Isla Vista:
Eligible for Rolling Stock Class Violation sections include any of the 21113(g) VC violations listed here.
Upon completion of the Rolling Stock Class, associated court fines will be waived and the citation will NOT go on your permanent record.
To enroll you must register for the class within 21 days of receiving the citation.The UCPD Rolling Stock Class can only be taken once a school year by an offender. If your violation caused an accident or if you were in violation of multiple offenses, you are not eligible for the class.
**Note** By volunteering to participate in the Rolling Stock Class, you are waiving your legal right to have your case heard by a judge for a potential return of a non-guilty verdict or any other court determination or disposition. Enrollment constructively constitutes a no contest finding for all legal purposes.
Enroll by calling: UC Santa Barbara Police Department Records (805) 893-3886
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
UCSB Office of Student Conduct Restorative Justice (RJ) is a separate program from the UCSB Police Department program of a similar name.
Office of Student Conduct RJ is a conflict-resolution method that emphasizes repairing harm members of the community inflict on one another. Participants collaborate to create resolutions that address the harms created by the behavior with the goal of restoring the community’s trust in the responsible party. Through dialogue led by trained facilitators, participants share the incident’s impact, identify implications of the behavior, and collectively agree on steps to move forward.
For more information on this program please click here.