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Restorative Justice in practice-findings from the second phase of the evaluation of three schemes

Shapland, Joanna
June 4, 2015

Source: (2006) Centre for Criminilogical Research, School of Law, University of Sheffield

This summary presents findings from the second phase of the evaluation of three restorative justice schemes funded by the Home Office under its Crime Reduction Programme from mid-2001 for two to three years. The three schemes dealt mainly with adult offenders and worked at d i ff e rent stages of the criminal justice system, including pre-sentence and pre – release from prison. The evaluation of the schemes is taking place from summer 2001 to the end of 2006. (excerpt)


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