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Restorative community policing in the UK: Dorset, Cheshire and Norfolk constables point the way

May 5, 2009

However, a recent policy change by the Home Office, the national
government department that oversees policing, has established criteria
for reviewing police performance based on public confidence and trust
rather than on performance targets and sanction detection.
Constabularies that had previously piloted restorative justice programs
without a national legal mandate to do so believe this change in
performance assessment authorizes them to use RJ in more cases.

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