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Restorative Justice Conference between R and Mr Q

November 10, 2014

The emotions in the room had already been very high during the exchanges between Mr Q and R, but after the challenge, it became even more so.

I explained to R, who looked a little overwhelmed, that he could certainly take his time to think about the offer and it was agreed that contact between them would continue, either by letter, through the YOS, or phone calls if both parties were in agreement.

James, from Cookham Wood also added that he would support any helpful or appropriate work in his sessions with R, likewise Richard would use contact sessions for the same reason.

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