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Author(s): Harris, M. K
Title: . Call for Transformational Leadership for Corrections
Publication Info: Corrections Management Quarterly. 3(1): 24-29.
Date: 1999
Summary: Community groups and victims are working in partnership with criminal justice agencies to address both preconditions of crime and problems caused by crime in new ways. In this regard, leaders are needed who can play a transformational role in mobiliz ...
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Author(s): Zehr, Howard
Title: . Restoring justice
Publication Info: In God and the victim: Theological reflections on evil, victimization, justice, and forgiveness, ed. Lisa Barnes Lampman and Michelle D. Shattuck, 131-159. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company; and Neighbors Who Care: Washington, D.C.
Date: 1999
Summary: Howard Zehr begins this chapter by observing that a society’s response to crime can be typified as one of three R’s: revenge; retributive justice; or restorative justice. Zehr argues that modern Western legal systems tend to be characterized by r ...
Article #: 2930
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Author(s): Chankova, Dobrinka
Title: . The States of Affairs on Victim-Offender Mediation and Restorative Justice
Publication Info: Paper presented at the First Conference of the European Forum for Victim-Offender Mediation. Leuven, Belgium. October 27-29, 1999.
Date: 1999
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Author(s): Pranis, Kay and Bazemore, Gordon
Title: . Engaging the Community in the Response to Youth Crime: A Restorative Justice Approach
Publication Info: Washington, DC: US Dept of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention United States.
Date: 1999
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Summary: Balanced and restorative justice (BARJ) is a new framework for juvenile justice reform. The BARJ approach focuses on community needs and expectations in juvenile justice intervention – that is, needs and expectations that justice systems will impro ...
Article #: 2946
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Author(s): Bazemore, Gordon and Leip, Leslie
Title: . Victim Involvement in the Juvenile Court: Judges' Perspectives on the Role of A Key Stakeholder in Restorative Justice.
Publication Info: Washington, DC: US Dept of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention United States.
Date: 1999
Summary: Balanced and restorative justice (BARJ) is a new framework for juvenile justice reform. The BARJ approach focuses on community needs and expectations in juvenile justice intervention – that is, needs and expectations that justice systems will impro ...
Article #: 2948
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Author(s): Thames Valley Police
Title: . Thames Valley Police Chief Constable's Annual Report 1998-1999.
Publication Info: Oxfordshire: Thames Valley Police.
Date: 1999
Summary: This annual report for the Thames Valley Police highlights the major efforts and directions for policing in the Thames Valley area for 1998-1999 and beyond. As indicated in the Chief Constable’s foreword, the focus has been on development of a prob ...
Article #: 2965
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Author(s): Van Ness, Daniel W
Title: . An Introduction to Restorative Justice
Publication Info: Paper presented at the Restorative Justice Conference conducted by the Boston Theological Institute and the Center for Restorative Justice (Suffolk University) at Boston, Massachusetts, 11-13 November.
Date: 1999
Summary: Dan Van Ness, asked to provide an introduction to restorative justice at a conference, begins by recounting the effects of a crime of house burglary and vandalism. The victims of the crime – the owners of the house – were on vacation when young p ...
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Author(s): Osborne, Sara
Title: . The Role of an "Ultimate Authority" in Restorative Justice: A Girardian Analysis.
Publication Info: Colloquium on Violence and Religion (Cov&r) 1999 Conference, Atlanta, GA. Emory University Department of Religion. 13 February 2003.
Date: 1999
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Summary: Significant questions relevant to restorative justice have to do with the extent to which reforms of Western legal systems can incorporate adjudicatory systems of non-Western cultures, and the role of religion in affecting transferability. Indeed, ma ...
Article #: 3051
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Author(s): Ulrich, Gretchen
Title: . Widening the Circle: Adapting Traditional Indian Dispute Resolution to Implement Alternative Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice in Modern Commuities
Publication Info: Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy. 20:149.
Date: 1999
Summary: In this paper, Gretchen Ulrich explores the use of traditional Indian dispute resolution methods and the adaptation of some of these methods by non-native people under the umbrella of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Traditional Indian dispute r ...
Article #: 3089
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Author(s): Dilulio, John J
Title: . Thoughts on the Morality of Effective Crime Policy.
Publication Info: The American Journal of Jurisprudence. 44:67.
Date: 1999
Summary: In this paper, John DiIulio addresses not so much the question of the administration of prisons but the fundamental question about the morality of imprisonment itself. To deal with this question, he looks at characteristics of the prison population, ...
Article #: 3092
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