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Promising practices in community justice: restorative justice

Pranis, Kay
June 4, 2015

Source: (1998) Minnesota Department of Corrections.

This article begins with a brief overview of what the concept and goals of restorative justice entail. It continues with a summary of the types of programs that have evolved and their connection with aspects of the existing criminal system, focusing particularly on probation and parole. It ends with implications that restorative justice has for the community.


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