Resolution 63 - A problem page for restorative practitioners

This article is from Resolution 63, published in November 2018. In this regular feature, we look at questions brought to us by practitioners in the field.

Vaughan's story

Vaughan was sexually abused by a family friend when he was a child. Here he explains how restorative justice changed how he sees himself and helped him move on. 

Prosecuting parents of children who have missed school - research

Researchers from Coventry University and Roehampton University have conducted a study on the prosecution of parents of children who have missed school.

What's new in restorative research?

The latest summary of restorative research from across the world.

Restorative justice service evaluation forms - example

Evaluation forms used by Restorative Cleveland to capture the experience of victims and offenders who use the police and crime commissioner-funded restorative justice service in Cleveland.

National protocol on reducing unnecessary criminalisation of looked-after children and care leavers

 A national protocol to provide a framework to help local areas reduce criminalisation of looked-after children and care leavers. 

Resolution #63 Autumn 2018

What's new in restorative justice research?

Researchers have published thousands of articles on restorative justice. However, much of this information is behind the paywalls of academic journals or is too lengthy to be of practical use.

Commissioning restorative justice services - RJC workshops report

Victim referral contact form

In light of recent changes to data protection legislation, Westminster Youth Offending Service has developed a new victim referral contact form.