RJ West Yorkshire awarded Registered Service Provider statusWednesday 16th June 2021
Restorative Solutions West Yorkshire Restorative Justice Service were first awarded our Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) in 2019, we are delighted that the services has successfully transferred over to the RJC’s newly launched Registered Service Provider status (December 2020). By achieving this status, Restorative Solutions West Yorkshire PCC Service have demonstrated a continued commitment to delivering high quality restorative practice to nationally agreed standards.
As part of their Service Provider Registration, we are delighted to confirm that Tony Walker and Kate Brooksbank have been awarded Advanced Registered Practitioner status alongside Courtney Smith, Barbara Wordsworth and Caroline Rountree who have been awarded Intermediate Registered Practitioner status and Carole Worthington Hollowbread who has been awarded Foundation Registered Practitioner status.
Jim Simon, the RJC’s chief executive said:
“Having assessed the West Yorkshire Service for their RSQM in 2019, I was delighted that they applied to be assessed against our Registered Service Provider Framework. They have continued to demonstrate their commitment to delivering high quality restorative practice to nationally agreed standards. Practitioners, assessed as part of the Registration process, demonstrated that they put the values of restoration, impartiality, safety and empowerment at the heart of their casework. I would like to congratulate the whole team on their achievement.”
Kate Brooksbank, Restorative Solutions West Yorkshire PCC Service’s Delivery Manager and Tony Walker, Director of Practice Delivery said:
“It is a real achievement to have achieved the Registered Service Provider Status. We continue to be really proud of the service that we have developed in West Yorkshire and we sincerely thank the staff and volunteers who deliver restorative processes to such high standards”