Source: (2004) Michigan Bureau of Juvenile Justice. Downloaded 12 January 2005.
The Directory of Michigan Programs Incorporating Restorative Justice Principles is an initial attempt to catalogue Michigan juvenile programs that utilize one or more restorative justice principles. Restorative justice programs promote maximum participation of the victim, juvenile offender, and community in juvenile justice proceedings. Balanced attention is given to offender accountability, offender competency development, and community protection. The programs described in this directory utilize one or more of these principles: the programs are not based entirely on restorative justice principles. (excerpt)
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