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Restorative Justice

A voluntary process which offers you the opportunity to potentially communicate with the offender.  

What is Restorative Justice?

Restorative justice is a voluntary process which offers you the opportunity to potentially communicate with the offender. This can happen either directly, face to face, or indirectly.

It is an opportunity where you can talk about the incident and the harm caused, the impact of actions along with an opportunity to ask any questions you may have, in the hope of providing a means of closure and the chance to move forward with your life.

Victim First provide a safe environment for restorative justice to take place. We listen to what has happened and how it has affected your life and what is needed for the next stage.

You can access our service and find out more about what is involved by talking to the Specialist Restorative Justice Caseworker.

To find out more about the benefits of the process watch the Woolf within Video. This video has been sourced from YouTube. This film was made by Level Films. They can be contacted at info@levelfilms.co.uk, and their website is http://www.levelfilms.co.uk

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