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Author(s): Hayes, Hennessey
Title: . Restorative Justice and the Notion of ‘Success’
Publication Info: Ethics and Justice. 1(1).
Date: 1998
Summary: Hayes discusses the indicators for success in the criminal justice system. He points out that restorative justice has a high satisfaction rate for victims and offenders than the traditional justice system. In this way, the processes are deemed to be ...
Article #: 351
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Author(s): McElrea, F W M
Title: . The New Zealand model of family group conferences.
Publication Info: Paper presented at the Beyond Prisons symposium. Kingston, Ontario, March. Ottawa: Correctional Service of Canada.
Date: 1998
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Summary: At a symposium sponsored by the Correctional Service of Canada, Judge F. W. M. McElrea surveys the New Zealand model of family group conferences (FGC). As background, he first provides an overview of the New Zealand youth justice system. This leads t ...
Article #: 353
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Author(s): Ingraham, Deborah
Title: . Obstacles to Restorative Justice and Sex Abuse Issues
Publication Info: Minneapolis, MN: The Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs
Date: 1998
Summary: In this article, Deborah Ingraham asks whether childhood sexual abuse can be addressed in a restorative way for both offenders and victims. In general, according to Ingraham, people have come to believe that there is no hope for sex offenders to chan ...
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Author(s): McCold, Paul
Title: . Police-Facilitated Restorative Conferencing. What the Data Show
Publication Info: Paper presented to the Second Annual International Conference on Restorative Justice for Juveniles, Florida Atlantic University, and the International Network for Research on Restorative Justice for Juveniles, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., November 7-9.
Date: 1998
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Summary: The recent development of police officers conducting community conferences for juvenile offenders has created concern among restorative justice advocates. This paper considers the potential dangers and benefits of police-facilitated conferences in li ...
Article #: 370
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Author(s): Aertsen, Ivo and Peters, Tony
Title: . "Restorative approaches of crime in Belgium"
Publication Info: Paper presented at the Beyond Prisons symposium. Kingston, Ontario, March. Ottawa: Correctional Service of Canada.
Date: 1998
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Summary: In this paper Peters and Aertsen examine recent initiatives in the Belgium criminal justice system to move away from traditional custodial sentences. The framework for these initiatives is restorative justice The focus of the authors is on victim-off ...
Article #: 394
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Author(s): Grier, A. F
Title: . "Restorative Parole"
Publication Info: Paper presented at the First North American Conference on Conferencing. Minneapolis, 6-8 August 1998.
Date: 1998
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Summary: This paper describes a project in Canada called "Restorative Parole." It is designed to address the restoring of faith and trust of victims of crime toward offenders who have committed crimes serious enough to warrant their placement in a secure cust ...
Article #: 417
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Author(s): Montgomery, Andrew N
Title: . Restorative justice and the incorporation of dispute resolution into the criminal justice system: Playing devil’s advocate
Publication Info: Alberta, Canada: Canadian Forum on Civil Justice
Date: 1998
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Summary: Montgomery points to conflicting directions over reform of Canadian criminal justice, especially juvenile justice: one direction consists of pushing for new measures to “get toughâ€? on youth crime; another direction consists of advocacy for ...
Article #: 430
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Author(s): Lerman, David.
Title: . Restorative Justice and Jewish Law
Publication Info: VOMA Quarterly 9 (1):1-2.
Date: 1998
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Summary: Lerman relates the case of an act of vandalism against a synagogue and the adjudication of the case. A victim offender reconciliation meeting occurred between the offenders and the members of the synagogue. From this, Lerman considers restorative jus ...
Article #: 433
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Author(s): Nova Scotia Department of Justice.
Title: . "Restorative justice: A program for Nova Scotia."
Publication Info: Halifax: Nova Scotia Department of Justice.
Date: 1998
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Summary: Citing numerous dissatisfactions with the current system of justice, the Department of Justice in Nova Scotia has embarked on a restorative justice program. This document details the plan for that program. It begins with background information on res ...
Article #: 436
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Author(s): Wolff, Patrick M
Title: . "Restorative justice buzzes around Guam."
Publication Info: VOMA Quarterly 9 (Spring): 6-8.
Date: 1998
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Summary: In this article Wolff reports on a 1998 conference in Guam on restorative justice. The conference was sponsored by a mediation group in Guam. Attendees included many notable members of the local community – for example, representatives from governm ...
Article #: 437
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