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Restorative Justice & Cases of Sexual Abuse

Restorative Justice can be used for any crime where there’s an identifiable victim and offender, including sexual abuse crimes.

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Restorative Justice Outcome Agreements

In this blog we cover what an Outcome Agreement is, why they can be helpful and how they're monitored.

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Restorative Justice Practitioner and Volunteer Wellbeing

Restorative Justice cases can be complex, so it’s important that our team is well-supported. By caring for their own wellbeing, our teams can also better support our service users.

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Why Offender’s Participate in Restorative Justice

In this blog post, we’ll explore why an offender may choose to participate, the positive impact Restorative Justice has on offenders and how it can help reduce reoffending.

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Restorative Justice: A Practitioner’s Perspective

In this blog, we’ll look at a Restorative Justice case from a practitioner’s perspective. Dave had his first experience of implementing Restorative Justice in 2007 and joined the Restorative Solutions team in 2019.

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Restorative Justice Process Infographic

This infographic shows the process of Restorative Justice. Although each case will be different, there are a few steps that our facilitators take to make sure that the victim is comfortable and safe throughout the process.

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What happens in a Restorative Justice meeting?

Meetings can be a part of the Restorative Justice process, a voluntary service that helps victims of crime and offenders to come into communication in a safe, facilitated environment.

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What Are Restorative Justice Services Recording?

Restorative Solutions recently contributed to a peer-reviewed, academic article about Restorative Service providers.

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What is the Restorative Justice Process?

The process of Restorative Justice looks different for everyone, but there are certain steps that are taken in every case to make sure that the victim feels safe, comfortable and empowered throughout their journey.

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Case Studies

A Street Robbery

Daniel contacted the Restorative Justice team after he committed a street robbery on Carl. “The p...

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Burglary Case

Victim initiated referral after receiving information about Restorative Justice from victim bureau staff when given court result. Victim was still ...

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Burglary: John & Lucy

John burgled Lucy’s home when she was outside hanging out her washing. When she came inside, she found him standing in her property. She describe...

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Injury By Dangerous Driving

The offender, Sam*, had committed the offence of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. This was a first time offence, and he was extremely r...

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Neighbours' Dispute

A neighbours’ dispute had been occurring between John*, who owned a house adjoining a public right of way, and Frank*, who was the son of the own...

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Non-Recent Child Sexual Abuse

The offences against Joshua were of a sexual nature and were committed in the 1980s, when Joshua was aged between 10 and 15 years old. To...

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What People Say About Restorative Justice

The facilitators have been wonderful. I feel stronger than I did. I would really recommend Restorative Justice.

Burglary Victim

Thank you for the letter, it has made a real difference to how I feel about what happened

From victim of a criminal damage to vehicle where the offender wanted to write a letter which explained what he had been feeling at the time and how sorry he was now.

Thank you for the letter, it has made a difference to how I feel.

Georgia, Victim of Crime

Thank you for the update, I felt reassured that the offender has apologised and that her behaviour was subject to some reflection and accountability.

Linda, Victim of Crime

He's done what he has been asked to do (apologise for the harm caused) - I'm very happy with that.

Kieran, Victim of Crime

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