Source: (2013) in, Katherine S. van Wormer and Lorenn Walkers, eds, Restorative Justice Today: Practical Applications. Los Angeles: Sage. PP. 33-42.

RJ is commonly thought of only applying to cases where there is an identified offender, yet 70% of all crimes in the United States goes without any arrests made. This Hawai'i study shows the benefits of applying RJ for victims where there is no meeting or involvement of the offender. (editor's description)