Restorative Justice in the 21st Century

Candidates for promotion in juvenile justice systems

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Unformatted text preview: to the victim of the community service completed by the offender. Opportunity for some victim choice in the type of community service required of an offender. Funds collected from the offender allocated for restitution to the victim before any other financial obligations. Candidates for promotion in juvenile justice systems required to demonstrate knowledge of restorative justice and the Balanced Approach. Victim sensitivity training a requirement for new staff and a component of inservice training workshops. Demonstrating the Model. At the most general level, what is needed in jurisdictions implementing • the model is to begin using the mission actively on a daily basis. To accomplish significant reform, the Balanced and Restorative Justice model must be understood as a tool for strategic planning rather than as a new service or program. The policies and practices that grow out of the new mission and framework should generally replace, rather than add to, many existing practices and policies and thus should not add new costs to most juvenile ju...
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