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Restorative Justice Diversion Project: Guidance for Prosecutors.

MacDonald, Ken
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) London: Director of Public Prosecutions, Crown Prosecution Service. Downloaded 12 August 2005.

1.1 The purpose of this guidance is to assist Crown Prosecutors in deciding
when a case is eligible and suitable to be diverted to the Restorative Justice
Diversion Project (RJDP) operating in London.
1.2 The guidance applies only to those London Boroughs operating the project
and only for its duration.
1.3 The guidance is approved and issued by the Director of Public Prosecutions
(DPP). It may be reviewed and revised periodically by the DPP in
consultation with the Justice Research Consortium (JRC), the London
Criminal Justice Board (LCJB), the Home Office and the Attorney General.(excerpt)


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