Source: (2004) Report. UK. Downloaded 27 August 2004.
The training and accreditation group (the group) was invited by Paul Goggins to look at how high quality restorative justice practice could best be assured, through training and accreditation. The first six months of our work has been to identify the components which should form the basis for accreditation as a restorative justice practitioner. This definition of best practice forms the core of this report, and will inform the development of national occupational standards. (excerpt)
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