Restorative Justice in the 21st Century

Absence of intermediate consequences for violation of

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Unformatted text preview: ent of community members. Priorities for Practice Extensive use of detention, incarceration, electronic monitoring, and surveillance. Absence of intermediate consequences for violation of community supervision; little collaboration or effort to build community prevention; resources invested in facilities vs. community safety. Intensive structuring of offender's time and opportunities for bonding through participation in productive activities involving conventional adults (e.g., work experiences, alternative service); clear policy options for consequences for noncompliance with supervision requirements and incentives for compliance; engage community “guardians” in the process; collaborate with community policing units; school prevention programs such as conflict resolution and anger management; parent training courses; incarceration for offenders who represent risk to community safety with intensive aftercare; use of volunteer community members. Balanced and Restorative Justice for Juveniles 32 VIII. Moving Toward a Balanced and Restorative Model The Balanced and Restorative Justice model is a holistic...
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