Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice can give someone who has experienced crime the chance to meet or communicate with the person who has harmed them. It is a way of giving a person who has been affected by a crime a voice, and it can also hold an offender to account for what they have done.

If someone has experienced a crime they can choose whether or not they want to take part in Restorative Justice. It is a choice.

Restorative Justice can help a person to cope and recover from a crime. It can also reduce the chance of an offender committing crimes again. Restorative Justice is available for all crimes and at any stage of the criminal justice process.

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To get more information about Restorative Justice you can contact the Police Restorative Justice Coordination Manager on 01392 475900 or 07595 011091 or email.

If you are already in contact with the Victim Care Unit, you can request further information about Restorative Justice. You can phone the Victim Care Unit on 01392 475900.

If you have not reported a crime but want to refer yourself to a Restorative Justice service you can contact Shekinah on telephone 01803 222033 or email.

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