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Criminal Justice

We can afford restorative justice for all

All the political parties support restorative justice, so why is it so often unavailable? The Criminal Justice Alliance calculates an annual cost of just £30.5m

Criminal Justice

Restorative Justice Action Plan 2016/18

A short and belated Restorative Justice action plan from the MoJ sets out key objective of universal, high quality provision but without funding details.

Prison

Restorative justice in prisons

If prison governors want to reduce reoffending while promoting the interests of victims in the justice system, it is vital that they ensure restorative justice is available.

Criminal Justice

New inquiry into restorative justice

Bob Neill MP, Chair of the Justice Select Committee, introduces its new inquiry into restorative justice – please respond by 31st January 2016.

Criminal Justice

Celebrate Restorative Justice Week 2015

Why don’t you celebrate Restorative Justice Week by making sure that all your local RJ providers are registered on the Restorative Justice Council’s new map of RJ in the criminal justice system?

Criminal Justice

Doing restorative justice in cases of sexual violence

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.

Criminal Justice

A victim’s guide to restorative justice

A victim’s guide to restorative justice is a new film for victims of crime explaining the different points in the criminal justice system where they can access restorative justice. It also tells them who they can contact if they want to make use of this approach.

Criminal Justice

What are the priorities for restorative justice?

This would benefit victims, offenders and the wider public. It would have the additional benefit of being popular. Polling shows that 75% of the public think that every victim of crime should have the right to meet their offender. Surely no politician can ignore that level of public support?

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