Restorative Solutions: Family Action Lincolnshire Behavioural Outreach Support Service has been awarded the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) by the Restorative Justice Council.
Baroness Newlove visits Cumbria to see Restorative Solutions' work in delivering family Restorative Justice02.08.2018
Baroness Newlove, the Victim's Commissioner and Deputy Speaker in the House of Lords came to visit the Step Up programme in Cumbria last week, which is provided by Restorative Solutions.
Our CEO, Gary Stephenson will be a keynote speaker at the launch
Our Executive Chairman, Gary Stephens, is a member of the Standing Committee for Youth Justice (SCYJ) and along with his fellow members, has contributed to a response about the Home Office's new consultation on domestic abuse.
A process evaluation of our Restorative Prisons project has been written and published by two academics, Helen Fair and Jessica Jacobson of the Institute for Criminal Policy Research at Birkbeck, University of London. The project was developed by Restorative Solutions and funded by the Monument Trust, and was launched in two prisons – HMP Buckley Hall and HMP Featherstone – in July 2016. Our Executive Chairman, Gary Stephenson, comments on the changing face of prisons and how Restorative Justice can deliver a safer working environment for both staff and inmates.
Sir Charles Pollard, Honorary President of Restorative Solutions, responds to The Times' coverage of David Gauke's proposed prison reforms
New Training Courses for Restorative Justice professionals to be provided
The Standing Committee for Youth Justice has released a report that criticises the government for its plans to increase the use of digital technology when it comes to sentencing children. It has also written an open letter to The Times, which has been signed by Restorative Solutions' Chief Executive, Gary Stephenson. You can read more about the report here http://scyj.org.uk/2018/04/scyj-releases-report-and-open-letter-on-video-links-and-child-defendants/