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The total number of individuals who have been dealt with formally by the CJS in England and Wales, has been declining since 2007, and is now at a record low level (period 1970 to June 2015) with 1.71 million individuals dealt with in the 12 months ending June 2015.
This lack of focus, combined with the lack of co-terminosity, tension between national and local accountabilities and continuous cuts in resources means that LCJPs are unlikely to function effectively in their common form and called for a new vision for partnership working.
Restorative Justice Council has commissioned ICPR to map all restorative justice service in the criminal justice system in England and Wales. Get involved.
The multiple needs faced by women in contact with the criminal justice system mean that it is the responsibility of a range of agencies to work together for a more effective approach. PCCs can provide the leadership to ensure a co-ordinated approach to women’s offending.
The heart of the problem is that the criminal justice system is not transparent. The public do not have a clear view of what is being delivered and the different agencies that make up the CJS do not understand what is happening and are not under pressure to improve.
It appears that there is a growing evidence base of the potential benefits of RJ for victims of sexual violence, depending on a number of issues which are addressed with some care in this guidance.
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