Restorative processes provide an opportunity for neighbors to develop their own solutions to their conflicts while building more understanding and stronger relationships.

"Responding to Important Questions Related to Restorative Justice."

Source: (1996) St. Paul, Minnesota: Center for Restorative Justice & Peacemaking, University of Minnesota.In contrast to many previous reform movements, the restorative justice movement has major implications for system-wide change in how justice ... Read More

The Challenges Facing Non-State Justice Systems in Southern Africa: How do, and How Should Governments Respond?

Source: (2005) Paper presented at the confernece "Criminal Justice Consolidating Transformation. A New Decade. 7-8 February 2005.The structure of this paper starts, Firstly with an examination of the terminology used over the last 50 years when ta... Read More

Crime Prevention: Approaches, Practices and Evaluations

Source: (1988) Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Publishing Company, 247p.This text provides brief descriptions of the more well-known and recent crime prevention approaches, together with results of evaluative research into the effectiveness of each. Prim... Read More

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