Source: (2009) Community Care. 1796: 23.
This article explores a research of establishing a restorative youth justice system in Great Britain. The research suggested that face-to-face restorative justice often shows as the most effective model in reducing re-offending. It also found that custody often comes out as the least effective model of reducing re-offending. (Author’s abstract).
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