We’re extremely proud of Jill Hill, our Restorative Justice Service Delivery Manager, who will be taking part in an English Channel Relay Swim for Charity later this year.
Jane and Liz from Restorative Solutions attended the Festival of Communications Event last night in Winchester to raise awareness of Restorative Justice.
Victims of crime in North Yorkshire will have the opportunity to play a role in the criminal justice system in the future, with the launch of a new service, provided by Restorative Solutions, to help victims receive answers and rehabilitate offenders by helping them to understand the hurt and fear they have caused.
In Restorative Justice Week 2019, Gary Stephenson, Executive Chairman of Restorative Solutions, issues a call to politicians on all sides to recognise the value and benefits of Restorative Justice in the run up to the General Election 2019.
Labour MP Jess Phillips has taken part in Restorative Justice, by meeting the man who hammered on her office windows and aimed verbal abuse at her.
We’re delighted to announce that Restorative Solutions’ very own Gary Stephenson has contributed an essay toward the brand new book 'Crime & Consequence - what should happen to people who commit criminal offences?'
We are thrilled that a former victim of crime who took part in restorative justice took to the stage at the Labour party conference in Brighton today, to discuss the benefits of restorative justice.
The Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner, Jane Kennedy, is working with Restorative Solutions to offer restorative justice services to victims of crime across Merseyside.
Are you a good listener, non judgemental, confident and able to work using your own initiative? Would you like to make a positive contribution to your community? If the answer is yes, and you live in North Yorkshire and are over 18 years old, then why not become involved in this exciting Restorative Justice Project.