Resources

NOMS Better Outcomes through Victim-Offender Conferencing

Published in November 2012, this document is one in a series of Better Outcomes documents issued by the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) Commissioning Strategies Group to support decision-making in the commissioning and delivery of particular services (for example, cognitive skills, vi

Transforming Rehabilitation consultation – RJC response

Transforming Rehabilitation describes the government’s 2013 proposals for reforming the delivery of offender services in the community. 

RJC response to Community Remedy consultation

The 2013 Community Remedy consultation set out proposals to require Police and Crime Commissioners to consult with the public on a list of sanctions for low level crime and antisocial behaviour. 

Towards a restorative city, county, authority or community – Mark Finnis

Mark Finnis was instrumental in developing a whole local authority approach at Sefton Centre for Restorative Practice and a city-wide approach with Hull Centre for Restorative Practice.

MOPAC hate crime strategy for London consultation – RJC response

The RJC's response to a consultation from the Mayor's Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) on a strategy for dealing with hate crime from September 2014.

General Medical Council consultation: Reviewing how we deal with concerns about doctors – RJC response

The Restorative Justice Council (RJC) responded to the General Medical Council's consultation Reviewing how we deal with concerns about doctors in November 2014.

RJC Inclusive Restorative Practice Conference – workshop presentations

At the Restorative Justice Council (RJC)'s Inclusive Restorative Practice Conference, workshops sought to address some of the potential barriers to participation – ensuring through good practice that restorative processes are open to all.

The day's workshops included:

Restorative approaches in Norfolk annual report 2011-12

Norfolk aims to be a Restorative County by 2015. It aims to do this by building on momentum from the success of restorative justice approaches that have already been used in criminal justice, children’s residential units, schools and communities.

Restorative Thinking Parenting Programme (Parenting without Conflict)

The Restorative Thinking Parenting Programme (Parenting without Conflict) aims to help parents to understand their child’s behaviour and the reasons underpinning the challenges a child may present.

Restorative Thinking: A restorative justice interactive toolkit for working with offenders

This toolkit has been written and developed with prison and probation trust colleagues.

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