Restorative practice in the aftermath of serious crime : examination of the evidence and identification of learning for practice

Lightowler, Claire (2014) Restorative practice in the aftermath of serious crime : examination of the evidence and identification of learning for practice. In: Exploring Restorative Justice for Victims of Serious Crime, 2014-02-10, Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice, University of Strathclyde.

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    Abstract

    Restorative justice is the "process that seeks primarily to address or repair the harm caused by an offence". The primary aim of which is "to enable people to express their feelings in a safe and constructive way, and to ensure that people take moral responsibility for their part in what happened".