Restorative justice in prisons and probation: Meeting rising expectations for effective restorative services
Oct 11, 2012
On 7 December 2012, the Restorative Justice Council will sponsor a one day conference exploring the use and development of restorative justice in prisons and probation services.
The Restorative Justice Council provides the following description of the conference:
"This RJC conference is uniquely able to showcase both the best of NOMS capacity building programme and services who have already independently championed restorative justice. Delegates will investigate the strengths of a wide variety of delivery models such as utilising paid or volunteer facilitators, commissioning local mediation services or developing in-house restorative services – all offer a route to providing access to high-quality restorative justice. Research has demonstrated that restorative justice can be delivered at all stages of the criminal justice system, delegates will hear how restorative justice can form part of a sentence, be initiated in custody or pre-sentence."
Download the conference programme.
Register to attend.