RJ Kent & Medway achieves Registered Service Provider statusFriday 11th June 2021
We are pleased to announce that Restorative Solutions Kent & Medway Restorative Justice Service has been awarded Registered Service Provider status. As part of their registration, 5 practitioners were assessed against the RJC’s Registered Practitioner Framework and have been awarded Registered Practitioner status.
The Kent & Medway Restorative Justice Service was launched in 2017 and covers the whole of the Kent and Medway area. Funded by the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, the service works with victims and offenders of any age; bringing those harmed by crime and those responsible for the harm into communication with each other.
Jim Simon, the RJC’s chief executive said:
“The Kent & Medway Restorative Justice Service and their Registered Practitioners have demonstrated through the registration process that they are committed to providing access to high quality, safe and effective restorative practice. I would like to congratulate Kent & Medway Restorative Justice Service’s team on their achievement.”
Jacqueline McHugh, Kent & Medway Restorative Justice Service’s Manager said:
We are delighted to have achieved the registered Service Provider Status and Practitioner Registration, it is a real acknowledgement of the hard work and dedication of the team. We are really proud of the service that we have developed in Kent & Medway and I would like to thank the staff and volunteers who have made that possible.
Kent & Medway Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Matthew Scott said:
"Restorative Justice has always been a valuable provision for victims and offenders. Such success in the rigorous registration process proves the quality and commitment of the staff. Congratulations to all concerned!"