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What place for Restorative Justice in the Probation Service?

Goldstone, Sharon
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Resolution 31. Autumn:p.5-6.

As a qualified mediator and trainer,I have been able to use my training and
experience in my work in the Victims Unit to work between victims, family members and offenders to mediate and facilitate transformational experiences which have impacted into the lives of the people concerned. I am repeating one case study so that those working with offenders are aware that there is some potential for Victim Offender Mediation from a Restorative Justice perspective. (excerpt)


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