Restorative Justice in the 21st Century

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Unformatted text preview: pment programs? Is the family assigned a clear role in achieving competency development objectives? 5. Are treatment and services used as support for offenders in active work and service roles rather than as primary interventions? How many offenders receive only counseling or remedial training with no opportunity for active involvement? 6. Are there objective measurement procedures to monitor offender gains in vocational, educational, interpersonal, health and other competencies? Are offenders who complete programs asked to be mentors to others or assist in program activities? Are there mechanisms for monitoring staff efforts to work with community groups and individuals in reintegration offenders? Community Protection 1. Is a continuum of nonresidential options available for supervising offenders in the community as an alternative to confinement? What is the quality of supervision available to youth exiting institutional programs? Is the time of youth on community supervision structured during day and evening hours? 2. Are t...
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