Source: (1996) Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies.
This is one in a series of papers on basic principles of restorative justice. Claassen remarks that everyone agrees accountability is a central component in reducing crime, but people often mean different things. To help determine the meaning, he lists several criteria that indicate an offender is held accountable and accepts responsibility. Claassen also outlines an accountability process.
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