News: Sep 2016

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AGM 2016 venue update

29 September 2016

The RJC is pleased to announce that the venue for the 2016 AGM will be the Hallam Conference Centre.

As previously announced, the conference will take place on Tuesday 22 November 2016, 12 noon – 5pm.

The formal business of the AGM will take place between 12 noon and 12.30pm, giving members their final opportunity to vote in our trustee election.  

Details of speakers and a full agenda for the day will be available shortly.

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RSQM – Limited offer for non-criminal justice sector organisations

28 September 2016

The RJC is offering 10 non-criminal justice sector organisations the chance to apply for the newly-updated Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) for just £1,500 plus VAT – a saving of £2,500 on the standard application fee. The offer is open on a first come first served basis to all organisations using restorative practice outside the criminal justice system.

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RJC job opportunity - finance and administration officer

8 September 2016

The RJC is looking for an experienced Finance and Administration Officer to take on a key role within the organisation. They will work with the Finance and Operations Manager to provide a friendly and helpful first point of contact for RJC members, customers, stakeholders and the general public. They will help to administer the RJC’s membership and accreditation functions, while also providing administrative support to the staff team. 

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Job opportunity - Sussex police, East Sussex division

8 September 2016

Sussex police are recruiting a restorative justice and community resolution co-ordinator for a fixed-term contract.

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Restorative Justice Council responds to Justice Select Committee inquiry report

1 September 2016

Commenting on the report of the Justice Select Committee’s inquiry on restorative justice, Jon Collins, chief executive of the Restorative Justice Council, who gave evidence to the inquiry, said:

“This report from the Justice Select Committee is a welcome audit of the progress made so far in broadening access to high quality restorative justice in England and Wales and sets out some clear recommendations for next steps.