Source: (1999) With an introduction by Gordon Bazemore and Lode Walgrave. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.
This book presents a collection of essays covering many aspects of restorative justice as it pertains to juvenile justice. Part One focuses on key principles. Part Two focuses on processes, programs and practices. Part Three focuses on issues related to implementation of restorative justice in juvenile justice. Part Four focuses on research dealing with the impact of restorative justice on victims, offenders, and communities. Part Five contains an essay by the editors projecting future directions for theory, implementation, and research with respect to restorative juvenile justice. Representing a number of countries â€“ from Europe to North America to Australia â€“ contributors include noted academics and practitioners in criminal justice and, more particularly, restorative justice.
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