Source: (2002) In, John G. Perry, ed. Repairing Communities Through Restorative Justice. Lanham, MD : American Correctional Association. Pp. 169-184.
“The following fourteen examples of restorative justice may help readers understand how restorative justice can work. As you read through each example, consider how a similar process could be implemented in your community. What would you need to do to make such a process a viable option in your own setting? How difficult would it be to implement such an idea? What would make it easier?” (excerpt)
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