Dame Vera Baird QC, the Victims’ Commissioner, has launched the 2022 Victims’ Survey. The survey should only take around...
No. Restorative Justice can be used for any type of crime as long as both parties (the victim and offender) agree to take part.
Restorative Justice can be effectively used for petty offences and even the most serious of crimes, like murder and abuse, and anything in between.
Every Restorative Justice conference, regardless of the offence, will be thoroughly prepared for. Specially-trained Restorative Justice facilitators will work with the victim and the offender to make sure that the conference is safe and secure for all parties.
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