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This article describes victim-offender mediation (VOM) in the United States and traces its historical development. The rationale and purpose of VOM is discussed and the research is reviewed. Umbreit discusses the opportunities and dangers presented by VOM and compares this approach to mediation in other settings, and presents key research findings.
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