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The Positive Effect of Restorative Justice on Reoffending

Restorative Justice Consortium.
June 4, 2015

Source: (2006) London, England: Restorative Justice Consortium.

There have been numerous studies carried out across the globe focusing on the relationship between Restorative Justice and re-offending. This report focuses solely on results that have illustrated the positive effect that Restorative Justice can have on re-offending. It does not report on the many other benefits of RJ, e.g. addressing victims’ needs, creating supportive communities and holding offenders accountable. Except


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