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Home Office Explores Cautioning

June 4, 2015

Source: (2004) Restorative Justice Online. March 2004 Edition.

The Home Office has released a consultation paper on a code of practice for conditional cautioning as an alternative to prosecution. Conditional cautioning is found in the Criminal Justice Act of 2003, which provides for the creation of a code of practice to be approved to by both Houses of Parliament. Prior to parliamentary approval, the Home Office has published a draft of the code of practice for public comment.


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