The Fresno Pacific University Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies was honored May 4 with a statewide award by the California Community Justice Project and Partners in Restorative Justice Board of Directors. CPACS and the Fresno County Juvenile Probation Department were cited for innovation and pioneering work in restorative justice. The California Community Justice Project is a project of the California Administrative Office of the Courts in Sacramento. CPACS Director Ron Claassen received the award at the Restorative Justice Conference in Santa Rosa. Phil Kader, juvenile probation director, accepted for his department.