News: Jun 2018

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Mounts Bay Academy awarded RSQM

27 June 2018

The Restorative Justice Council is delighted to announce that Mounts Bay Academy has been awarded the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM).

The RSQM is a rigorously assessed quality mark which demonstrates that organisations are delivering high quality, safe restorative services that meet the six Restorative Service Standards. Mounts Bay Academy joins other RSQM awardees delivering restorative practices in a range of sectors, including education, criminal justice and care.

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Volunteer opportunity: restorative justice practitioners in Cornwall, Exeter and North Devon

22 June 2018

Make Amends is looking to recruit volunteer restorative justice practitioners who live in Cornwall, Exeter and North Devon.

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Job opportunity - prison-based restorative justice manager, HMP The Mount

21 June 2018

Belong aims to reduce crime and the harm that it causes. We specialise in enabling positive development, rehabilitation and recovery amongst those who have been victims of sexual offences or violence offences and perpetrators of sexual or violent offences. Our services include mentoring, art therapy and restorative justice interventions. We work with children, young people and adults in custodial and community settings. 

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HRH The Princess Royal presents award to Enfield Youth Offending Team

13 June 2018

The RJC’s patron, HRH The Princess Royal, visited Enfield Youth Offending Unit yesterday to meet restorative justice staff and local representatives.

As part of the visit, the Princess presented the youth offending team with the award for the RJC’s Restorative Service Quality Mark.

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Restorative Cleveland awarded the RSQM

6 June 2018

The RJC is pleased to announce that Restorative Cleveland has been awarded the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM).

Restorative Cleveland is a multi-agency partnership funded by the police and crime commissioner to deliver restorative justice throughout Cleveland. The partnership is made up of thirteen organisations including the police, local authorities, victim services and probation services, with a shared vision of ensuring victims have access to high quality restorative justice at any stage of their journey.

Chris Straker, the RJC’s interim chief executive, said: