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Feedback Helps Improve Quality

June 4, 2015

Source: (2004) Te Ara Whakatika: Newsletter of the court-referred restorative justice project. March/April 2004. Issue 21. Downloaded 8 February 2005.

Feedback from participants in court-referred restorative justice conferences is helping facilitators and provider groups improve the quality of future conferences. Victims, offenders, support people and professionals attending conferences (such as lawyers, police officers and probation officers) are invited to fill out feedback forms at the end of each conference.
The responses are sent to the facilitators and provider groups, which are expected to work through the issues raised, either in group training or as part of individual professional development.
A selection of responses from recent restorative justice conferences. (excerpt)


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