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Evaluation of effectiveness and sufficiency of the Restorative Justice scheme

Produced by the Probation and After-care (Non-executives and legal departments)
Authored by Probation and published on 31 Dec 2011
Prepared internally, no external cost


Practices that could be described as restorative, or based on restorative thinking, have a long and diverse history. Their main focus is to contribute towards reparation of harm caused by crime and provide an environment where amendments can be made. The main participants of those processes are the victims, offenders and the community which have been affected by the offence. What benefits restorative justice may deliver have been the subject of this research. 

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