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policies that have been viewed by some as sacred.
While initial change will focus on internal
management, broader policy change involving state
statutes may also be necessary to support balanced
and restorative reforms. Restorative Justice Principles in Action
Implications for Systemic Change
Sample policy and procedure changes:
• Development of new mission and goals
based on restorative values and the
Balanced Approach mission.
Reallocation of resources to achieve new
Redesign of job descriptions to prioritize
Creation of community advisory boards to
guide the juvenile justice system.
Replacement of current system reporting
requirements with measurements based
on reparation, including reporting forms
and data collection systems.
Data collection about victims.
Predispositional recommendations which
specify sentencing recommendations for
each component: 1) accountability; 2)
competency development and 3) public
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course CRJU 4230 taught by Professor Derekallen during the Spring '10 term at Georgia State.
- Spring '10