Do you want Restorative Justice?
Have you been the victim of a crime? Do you still think about it? Do you have unanswered questions? Is there more that you need to say?
Meeting the offender through Restorative Justice could help you to move forward with your life.
Many victims come away from Restorative Justice meetings feeling empowered, in control and less afraid. Many of them welcome the chance to tell the offender about the impact of the crime, and to seek answers about why they were targeted. Restorative Justice can help offenders understand how harmful their behaviour was, and makes them less likely to offend again. Many victims seek assurances that the offender won’t commit this kind of offence again.
We run our own Restorative Justice service and can work with you to see if a Restorative Justice meeting is desirable and possible.
We are here to talk with you about Restorative Justice and what you may want to achieve from taking part. Please note that at the current time we are not carrying out face to face meetings but will continue to take help you prepare for any restorative process you would like to take part in. To speak to one of our trained facilitators, please contact us on email@example.com
Our Restorative Justice Service
We have trained and experienced facilitators who work with victims of crime to help meet their needs, and work with offenders to take responsibility for their actions. We prepare and support you throughout the Restorative Justice process.
By having an initial meeting with a facilitator you are not committing to anything further. There are many reasons why meeting with the person who committed the crime may not be possible or desirable to you. But talking about it with a trained facilitator and exploring what you might want to say to that person can be beneficial in itself.
Accessing Local Restorative Justice Services
If you want to get in touch with your local Restorative Justice service you can use our map to find them. Find your area on the map and click on the link for details of who to call.
Map updated August 2018
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