Restorative Justice in the 21st Century

Accountability 1 are victims losses restored by the

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Unformatted text preview: facilities? Is a “step-down” process in place to provide effective, reintegrative aftercare for high risk youth exiting facilities? 7. Are multiple measures of public safety outcomes such as citizen fear, citizen involvement in the juvenile justice process, reductions in school violence--as well as recidivism available? Accountability 1. Are victims' losses restored by the actions of offenders? Are offenders given reasonable restitution orders? Do most offenders complete these orders? Are youth supported in their efforts to make restitution (e.g., through employment or other earning opportunities)? 2. Do offenders increase their awareness of harm to victims? Are most offenders required to face their victims or surrogate victims in mediation? Do most offenders receive victim awareness training? 3. Are victims directly involved in the justice process? Are most victims satisfied at the end of the process? 4. Are community service orders related to the offense? Is the service completed in the offender's own communit...
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