Restorative Justice

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  • Created on: 03-04-15 09:35
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  • Restorative Justice
    • Objectives
      • MARSHALL (1998)
      • Attend to victims needs
      • Prevent reoffending
      • Recreate a working community
      • Reparation
      • Restitution
      • Repayment
      • Reconciliation
      • Reintegration
    • Elements
      • HUDSON & GALAWAY (1996)
      • Conflict that results in harm to every party
      • Creating peace in communties
      • Solutions to conflict
      • BRAITHWAITE
        • Interpendency
        • Communitarianism
        • Shaming
        • Reintegrative shaming
        • Stigmatizing
        • Criminal Subcultures
    • Family Group Conference
      • Evolved n New Zealand
      • Independent coordinator
      • Neutral environment
      • Includes family members in decision making
    • Victim Offender Mediation
      • Voluntary
      • Face-to-face
      • Neutral person to assist
      • Helps healing of both parties
      • Offender learns of impact of crime
    • Restorative Conferencing
      • Facilitated by Trained police officers
      • Thames Valley
      • Healing for all parties
      • Offender can make amends
    • Definition
      • BRAITHWAITE (1999)
      • MARSHALL (1999)
      • Focus on the victim - offender relationship
      • JOHNSTONE (2011)
    • Peace Circles
      • Healing
      • Sentencing

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