RJ Lincolnshire achieves Registered Service Provider statusMonday 14th June 2021
We are pleased to announce that Restorative Solutions' Lincolnshire Restorative Justice Service has been awarded Registered Service Provider status. As part of their registration, 2 practitioners were assessed against the RJC’s Registered Practitioner Framework and have been awarded Registered Practitioner status. By achieving this status RJ Lincolnshire and its Registered Practitioners have demonstrated their commitment to delivering high-quality restorative practice to nationally agreed standards.
First commissioned by Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner in 2015, the service continues to provide an integrated restorative justice service across Lincolnshire for victims and communities of all types of crime and anti-social behaviour at all stages of the criminal justice process, including those crimes or incidents not reported to police, who are resident in Lincolnshire. Anyone identifiable who has suffered personal harm to include supporting resident’s access services where the incident, crime or anti-social behaviour, court process or prison sentence is out of the area.
Jim Simon, the RJC’s chief executive said:
“The Lincolnshire 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 the Lincolnshire Restorative Justice Service on their achievement.”
Cate Moore, Service Delivery Manager for RJ Lincolnshire:
“The Lincolnshire team is delighted to have been awarded Registered Service Provider Status. The Restorative Justice Service is extremely grateful for the excellent support it receives from our Police & Crime Commissioner and partners and would like to thank all our dedicated staff and volunteers who are committed to providing good quality restorative practice."
Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Marc Jones said:
“This award is recognition for the excellent work done for victims and communities across the county. It is well deserved and I would like to put on record my thanks for the dedication shown by the staff, often in very challenging circumstances, to helping those in need.”