Service providers

Organisations across England and Wales work restoratively or offer restorative services to the public. These include prisons, probation services, police forces, schools, youth offending teams, local authorities, housing associations and care homes.

Find the right organisation for you by using the menu to search our register by location and area of expertise.

Organisations that hold our Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) will appear first in your search results.

The RSQM is for organisations that have demonstrated that they meet the six Restorative Service Standards of the RJC. The award is external recognition of your work. It gives the public confidence in the restorative service you offer, and provides proof for commissioners and funders that you provide a quality service.

Find out more about the RSQM and take our free organisational health check tool to find out if you are ready to apply.

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Restorative Thinking is a Social Enterprise providing training, coaching,
consultation and supervision in the fields of restorative and relational practice. We also offer evidence-based restorative practice prevention and intervention programmes, including 'Parenting without Conflict' (awarded the DfE CANparent Quality Mark) and our School KS1&2 Curriculum Programme, awarded the Teach Primary PSHE Award.

In 2018 Restorative Thinking was awarded the i-Network Innovation Award for 'Transforming and Innovating Public Services' for our work with Liverpool City Council.

We work with Local Authorities (Children’s and Adult Services); Youth Justice Services; Criminal Justice Services (Prisons, Probation Services) and Police and Crime Commissioners.

We are a restorative organisation, proud recipients of the RSQM and TPQM, and aim to model restorative practice in all our dealings.

We offer a full range of training/consultation options. Examples of recent projects include:

1) Whole school implementation of restorative practice with 21 primary, secondary and special schools in Liverpool, with the Families' Strategic Group at Liverpool City Council.

2) Restorative Practice partner with Wakefield Council, training staff and working with teams to implement restorative practice across Children's Services.

3) HMPPS funded project to test restorative practice as a means of fostering inclusive residential environments at Approved Premises in the Midlands and North East Divisions.

4) Restorative practice in prison settings, to prevent and manage day to day conflict (staff/staff and staff/prisoners).

RSQM Holder
RSQM Holder

Restorative justice trainer

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Make Amends delivers a choice of restorative opportunities that seek to heal the harm caused by crime, conflict, anti-social behaviour and the harmful actions of others across Devon and Cornwall. The Make Amends team have experience of delivering RJ with both adults and young people, which includes sensitive and complex cases and work in partnership with all statutory criminal justice agencies, as well as the voluntary and community sector. Make Amends prides itself on delivering a safe, confidential and principled service.
Service Manager: Soo Brizell
Address: Make Amends - Shekinah, 228 Union Street, Torquay, Devon, TQ25QS
Tel: 01803 222033
Email: makeamends@shekinah.co.uk

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Southampton Youth Offending Service has a statutory duty to work with all children subject to Court and Out of Court Disposals and all harmed people affected by children who offend

RSQM Holder

Two RJ and Victim Officers and their manager contact all victims of youth crime in the borough offering support, signposting and the opportunity to engage in a restorative process. Team members work individually with offenders when victims engage with the service, but also offer groupwork programmes for YOS service users. The team has the capacity to engage in sensitive and complex restorative work. RJVOs champion restorative practice across the YOS and children's services and lead in the delivery of Referral Order panels. Team members also have mediation experience.

RSQM Holder

Restorative Justice interventions to victims of youth crime and anti-social behaviour

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Thames Valley Restorative Justice Services delivers restorative practice in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
We deliver Restorative Justice in the Criminal Justice System and in the community. We are well known for working with serious, sensitive and complex cases in the Criminal Justice System.

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The Iffley Academy is a community Special Academy for children and young people up to the age of 18 with complex special educational needs. Our students have a range of needs but primarily we work with students with Cognition and Learning Difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorder and/or Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties. All students have Education, Health and Care Plans, or Statements of Special Educational Needs.

Website: www.iffleyacademy.co.uk/
Telephone: 01865 747606

RSQM Holder

The work of the Victim Support national office in supporting these projects was also assessed

RSQM Holder

The work of the Victim Support national office in supporting these projects was also assessed

RSQM Holder

Victim and Restorative Justice service within youth offending

RSQM Holder

Our award-winning team takes hundreds of Restorative Justice referrals every year across all areas of Wales. The interventions we deliver include face-to-face restorative justice meetings, and indirect restorative mediation. We also provide Restorative Justice facilitator training.

RSQM Holder

West Midlands RJ Hub is a Partnership between the WM Police RJ Team, Pioneer Group and Remedi providing Restorative approaches to ASB and Crime across the West Midlands since April 2019.

Contact and referral details: restorative_justice@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
or through our website: www.rjwestmidlands.co.uk

For Crime cases contact: Michelle Bailey West Midlands Remedi RJ Manager on 07879 416643 or email michelle.bailey@remediuk.org

RSQM Holder

Restorative Justice Service for West Yorkshire commissioned by the West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner to deliver high quality processes for all victims of crime regardless of the offence.

RSQM Holder

Delivering a service supporting victims of crime and participants through the Restorative Justice process.

Website: www.why-me.org
Telephone: 020 3096 7708

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Belong specialises in enabling positive development, rehabilitation and recovery amongst those who have been victims of sexual and/or violent offences, perpetrators of sexual and/or violent offences, offenders with mental health problems and/or learning difficulties and offenders who are affiliated to or members of gangs. Our restorative justice programmes are mainly prison based, providing formal and informal restorative justice interventions in response to prisoner's previous offences and in response to violent incidents and conflicts in custody.

Website: www.belonglondon.com

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Broadmoor Hospital, within West London NHS Trust, offers a secure service for offenders with mental health needs. We offer restorative practices and opportunities for patients, staff and those external to the site who have been affected by harmful behaviour. The hospital was awarded the RSQM in 2019.

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Whilst we are primarily a community mediation service, we also have some experience of restorative justice work.

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Restorative Justice and Mediation Service

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Leeds youth offending service (YOS) provides restorative justice services with young people, including direct meetings with their victim. Leeds YOS also works closely with Leeds Children's Services supporting the strategic plan to introduce Restorative Practices across the workforce.

Leeds YOS Restorative Justice Team has experience of delivering training in restorative practices (including Restorative Justice) to Criminal Justice organisations, police, schools, Youth Services, Social Care and Housing.

Address: Technorth, 9 Harrogate Road, Leeds, LS7 3NB
Tel: 0113 395 7198
Email: john.clark@leeds.gov.uk

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