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London Borough of Sutton’s Children’s Services awarded the TPQM

4 October 2018

The RJC is pleased to announce that London Borough of Sutton’s Children’s Services has been awarded the Training Provider Quality Mark.

Chris Straker, the RJC’s interim chief executive, said:

“Congratulations to Sutton’s Children’s Services on achieving the TPQM. This award demonstrates that the team delivers restorative training that meets rigorous standards, increasing the confidence of learners and commissioners.”

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Nottinghamshire Victim CARE awarded the RSQM

25 September 2018

The RJC is pleased to announce that Nottinghamshire Victim CARE has been awarded the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM).

Chris Straker, the RJC’s interim chief executive, said:

“Through completing the RSQM, Nottinghamshire Victim CARE has demonstrated that it is providing the highest standards in restorative practice, and I would like to congratulate the whole team on this achievement.” 

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Job opportunity – Victims’ First Emotional Support Service manager at Thames Valley Partnership

25 September 2018

Thames Valley Partnership are seeking a manager for its Victims’ First Emotional Support Service.

This is a full-time role and paid on NJC Pay spinal points 35-36 £31,401 - £32,233 (depending on qualifications and experience)

The role will be based at the new offices of Thames Valley Partnership near Thame, Oxfordshire

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Job opportunity - administrator at Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership

13 September 2018

Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership invites applications for an administrator.

We are a small, friendly expanding organisation.  Our business is growing and we are looking for an administrator with strong values aligned to ours, who will be a good fit for our team. We work with partners from all sectors. Our ethos is co-operative with social aims and fundamentally restorative. We aim to model restorative approaches in all we do and say.

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Stand for election for the board of trustees

7 September 2018

The RJC is inviting members to stand for election to join our board of trustees.

The board of trustees is the RJC's governing body. Our role as a board is about corporate governance – collectively setting goals and ensuring that the RJC works effectively to meet those goals for the public benefit.

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Restorative Solutions: Family Action Lincolnshire Behavioural Outreach Support Service awarded the RSQM

6 September 2018

The RJC is pleased to announce that Restorative Solutions: Family Action Lincolnshire Behavioural Outreach Support Service has been awarded the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM).

Restorative Solutions and Family Action are working together across Lincolnshire to support schools to reduce challenging behaviour and conflict in schools through the use of restorative approaches.

Chris Straker, the RJC’s interim chief executive, said:

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New RJC report: commissioning safe and effective restorative justice services

27 July 2018

The RJC is pleased to announce the publication of its report of five regional workshops for commissioners of restorative justice services.

Since funding for restorative justice services was devolved from the Ministry of Justice to police and crime commissioners, there has been the opportunity to design local services to meet the needs of local communities. These workshops provided a vital opportunity to share notes on what’s working well and how challenges are being met with innovation in different areas.

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RJC new chair of trustees appointed

25 July 2018

The RJC is pleased to announce that Dr Kerry Clamp is the RJC’s new chair of trustees.

Kerry is assistant professor of criminology at the University of Nottingham and brings a deep understanding of the restorative sector from her research on restorative policing, evaluation of community justice panels, and her work consulting government. Kerry is also the chair of the editorial board for the European Forum for Restorative Justice.

Kerry said:

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Job opportunity - restorative justice service administrator

24 July 2018

Part-time 15 hours per week, preferably worked over 4 or 5 days. Fixed term contract until October 2020 (extension subject to continued funding).

The Kent Restorative Justice Service is delivered on behalf of Kent Police and Crime Commissioner by Salus and Restorative Solutions, two of the UK’s leading providers of restorative services.

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Mounts Bay Academy awarded RSQM

27 June 2018

The Restorative Justice Council is delighted to announce that Mounts Bay Academy has been awarded the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM).

The RSQM is a rigorously assessed quality mark which demonstrates that organisations are delivering high quality, safe restorative services that meet the six Restorative Service Standards. Mounts Bay Academy joins other RSQM awardees delivering restorative practices in a range of sectors, including education, criminal justice and care.

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