Amanda Nagl is the Community Services Manager for the Estes Park Police Department. She manages programs designed to better connect and deliver services to the community: Restorative Justice, Police Auxiliary, School Resource, and Records. Amanda has been the Executive Director of the Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership since the organization’s initiation in November, 2002. Amanda has created a community 501c3 organization which works in cooperation with the Estes Park Police Department progam. Amanda has worked to create alliances and partnerships with other restorative justice practitioners across the state and nationally, which have resulted in numerous speaking opportunities that have highlighted the program’s success with drug and alcohol cases as well as its unique design. Amanda has trained over 150 facilitators in her community and others. She has also developed a Parole Re-entry program based on restorative principles. Prior to her employment with the Estes Park Police Department, she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Alabama in 1999. She then worked as a counselor and supervisor for Three Springs, Inc., a Residential Treatment Facility for socially and emotionally disturbed boys ranging in age from ten to nineteen.