We are adapting our Restorative Justice provision in response to the developing coronavirus pandemic. Our aim is to maintain our service in the safest way possible.

All our services are still very much open for referrals, and are providing support for each of our service users in the most appropriate way, depending on individual circumstances. In most cases this means ongoing telephone contact and remote communication with practitioners.

Indirect restorative activities will continue for the foreseeable future with direct activities put on hold until such a time as there is minimal or no risk to health.

If you have any questions about the Restorative Justice service in your area please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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Case Studies

A Racially Aggravated Public Order Offence

An Asian shopkeeper was verbally abused by the offender. This was a Police referral and the RJ conference was hel...

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Assault At A Music Festival

Elizabeth was at her first music festival when she was attacked by a total stranger. She suffered bruising to her face and was badly shaken up. The...

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Assault Case

Kev received a conditional caution after he assaulted a stranger on a night out. As part of the conditional caution, he was required to have a disc...

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Fatal Collision: Sister Meets Driver Who Killed Her Brother

Many people would keep the deceased’s family and offender apart, leaving questions unanswered, shame unexplored, and bitterness to cause stress a...

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Lucy's Story

Lucy took part in Restorative Justice seven years after her ex-partner violently attacked her, and bravely shared her story with why-me.org...

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What People Say About RJ

The facilitators have been wonderful. I feel stronger than i did. I would really recommend Restorative Justice.

Mrs Wilson

I actually appreciated how quick the process happened.

Mr Atkinson, victim.

It was an opportunity to help the offender reform.

Mr Bird, victim.

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