Source: (2005) The Sharp End. Issue 5. Pp. 6-9. Downloaded 23 August 2005.
But as well as going through the courts, Peterâ€™s crime was dealt with in a less conventional way. PC Kim Smith, who was dealing with the case, asked him to take
part in a restorative justice (RJ)conference, where he would meet his two victims face-to-face. After a great deal of preparation, the meeting eventually took place in a small room in Pentonville prison, with PC Smith facilitating.. (excerpt)
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