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JS110Restore2_Vict - Restorative Justice The use of mediation other Alternative Dispute Resolution[ADR methods in response to crime Goal is to

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Restorative Justice The use of mediation & other Alternative Dispute Resolution [ADR] methods in response to crime Goal is to focus upon needs of the victim, offender and the community impacted by the crime
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Types of ADR models in Restorative Justice Victim-Offender Mediation Family Conferencing Sentencing Circles & Peacemaking Ceremonies Dependency Court Mediation
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Victim-Offender Mediation Is the use of a neutral 3 rd party to facilitate a victim to discuss the damage done by a crime to mediate a fair restitution for victim to plan the restoration of offender in community V-O mediation is usually confidential and informal only the agreement is made public or formalized by a court-order
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Referrals mostly from juvenile court Judges, probation staff, prosecutors, victim assistance Accepted for program after formal admission of guilt deferred prosecution
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JS110Restore2_Vict - Restorative Justice The use of mediation other Alternative Dispute Resolution[ADR methods in response to crime Goal is to

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