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Restorative Justice Principles

Claassen, Ron
June 4, 2015

Source: (1995) VORP News, Clovis, California, July-November, 14p

In a series of five articles, Claassen presents the 11 principles of restorative justice. According to the author, restorative justice primarily focuses on people, not procedures; crime is wrong; official actions should be reasonable, restorative, respectful; and the faith community can play important healing roles in response to crime.


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