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Transforming Offenders in England and Wales

Walker, Peter
June 4, 2015

Source: (2004) Restorative Justice Online. July 2004 Edition.

The Sycamore Tree Projectxc2xae is an intensive in-prison programme that brings groups of victims into prisons to meet with unrelated offenders.They talk about the effects of crime, the harms it causes, and how to make things right. Prison Fellowship of England and Wales implemented the programme in 1998. In this article, Peter Walker, executive director, offers a description of the programme and examples of its impact.


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