Registered Service Providers
A Restorative Service Provider is normally a commissioned service or organisation that provides restorative services to victims and offenders. They typically accept external referrals and deliver both direct and indirect restorative services to the public. These could include victim services, prisons, probation services, police forces, schools, youth offending teams, local authorities or specialist commissioned services.
All service providers listed on our Service Provider Register have been externally assessed by the RJC and have agreed to adhere to the RJC Service Provider Code of Practice .
The RJC launched its Registered Service Provider status in May 2020, over the next 12 months this will replace our Restorative Service Quality Mark. During this transition period you will find service providers listed on the register who hold either Registered Service Provider Framework or RSQM Standards .
To find the right service provider for you, use the menu to search our Service Provider Register by location and area of expertise. You can then click on the provider's name to find out more information.