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of community-based programs. They would recognize the need, on the other hand, for secure
facilities to protect the public from those offenders who represent significant risks to public
safety. Moreover, restorative justice policies and practices would be employed as part of a
systemic response to even the most serious offenders as well as in response to first offenses. On
the front-end, restorative justice would demand a sanction requiring the offender to make amends
to victims and the community, as well as a reintegrative and/or habilitative response. For the
most serious offenders in secure institutions, responses such as victim awareness education may
be appropriate. The competency development goal, discussed in more detail later in this
document, more directly addresses the needs of offenders for habilitation and reintegration from
a restorative perspective.
Restoring Communities. Daniel Van Ness has written that restorative justice responds to crime
at the micro level by addressing the harm that results when a s...
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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 University, Atlanta.
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