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Restorative Justice in Prisons. A Guide to Making it Happen

Source: (2006) Waterside Press, WinchesterThis book sets out to translate theory and fine words into mainstream practice. It will be of interest to a wide range of prison and RJ practitioners as well as other people such as judges, magistrates, po... READ MORE

Escaping Victimhood: Rationale behind the workshops.

Source: (2005) Paper given relative to 'The Next Step: Building Restorative Communities', IIRP's 7th International Conference on Conferencing, Circles and other Restorative Practices, 9-11 November, Manchester, England, UK. Downloaded 9 December 2... READ MORE

Restorative justice in England.

Source: (2004) In Peter Sedgwick, ed., Rethinking sentencing: a contribution to the debate. A report from the Mission and Public Affairs Council. London: Church House Publishing. Pp. 18-37. Downloaded 16 September 2005.Restorative justice is a his... READ MORE

Restorative Justice in the prison setting.

Source: (2005) Resolution: News from the Restorative Justice Consortium. Summer. 19: 4-6. Downloaded 15 September 2005.Applying the principles of Restorative Justice in a custodial setting call for sensitivity and courage. There are several ways ... READ MORE

Restorative Justice in Prisons

Source: London: Restorative Justice Consortium. Downloaded 19 April 2005.The potential for restorative justice in prisons is considerable. It should not however be seen as a tool towards reducing recidivism but as a means towards empowering offend... READ MORE

Restorative Justice in Prisons: The Possibility of Change

Source: (2002) Cambridge, U.K.: Cropwood Fellowship Programme, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge. Downloaded 27 January 2005.Tim Newell served as a prison governor in England for over three decades. Retired from the Prison Service,... READ MORE

Restorative justice in prisons

Source: (2001) Paper presented at the Restorative and Community Justice: Inspiring the Future conference, held in Winchester, England, 28-31 March.Tim Newell is governor of HM Prisons Grendon and Springhill. He notes that restorative justice has b... READ MORE