Restorative Justice in the 21st Century

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Unformatted text preview: e also gives Paradigm priority to these capacity building efforts in communities and neighborhood institutions (e.g., • Neighborhood dispute resolution schools, housing projects) and emphasizes the need • School mediation - gang mediation to strengthen internal controls in delinquent youth. • Parent/child mediation As Table VI suggests, a balanced system for • Conflict resolution training in community protection rests on four kinds of detention facilities practices and policies: a continuum of sanctions, • Facilitated dialogue between victim incentives and consequences; an ongoing effort to with family and key supporters and ensure that the offender's time is structured around the offender also with family productive activity; an ongoing effort to build members and key supporters (family community capacity for prevention and group conference) guardianship; and residential confinement for high risk offenders followed by balanced, intensive aftercare. Ultimately, since the restorative paradigm is based upon a view of justice as resolving conflict and reconciling conflicting interests that lead to crime, practices such as alternative dispute resolu...
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