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“Neighborhood benefits from victim offender mediation. “

Victim Offender Reconciliation Program, Els
June 4, 2015

Source: (2000) VORP News 18 (January): 1-2

This article features an account of a mediation in a neighborhood to deal with graffiti vandalism. The account covers the particulars of the incident causing the dispute, the people involved (the victim, the offender and his family, and the mediators), and the mediation process. The article ends with a description of the benefits all the parties, including the community, received from this mediation.


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