Restorative Justice<br />Crime <br />wounds…<br />Justice should <br />Heal.<br />
Restorative Justice…<br />is a philosophy about the way we view crime and wrongdoing and what we do about it. <br />
Restorative Justice values relationships and focuses of the harm that was created.<br />
Guiding Principles of Current System<br /><ul><li>Crime is lawbreaking
Accountability is accepting punishment
The government and the offender are the important participants
Pubic safety requires increased governmental intervention.</li></li></ul><li>Guiding Principles			Guiding  OfCurrent Syste...
Accountability is accepting punishment
The government and the offender are the important participants
Pubic safety requires increased governmental intervention.
Crime and wrongdoing cause harm
Victim, Offenders, Community identify the harm and decide what needs to happen
Government is responsible for order --Communities are responsible for peace</li></li></ul><li>Elements of Restorative Just...
Repair
Transformation</li></li></ul><li>Important Features<br />An opportunity for encounter<br />Emphasis on repairing the harm<...
Victims<br />Get the opportunity to :<br /><ul><li>Tell the offender how they have been affected
Have a voice in deciding how the harm should be repaired
Receive support from the community
Have questions answered</li></li></ul><li>Offenders<br />Get the opportunity to :<br /><ul><li>Be accountable for their ac...
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  1. 1. Restorative Justice<br />Crime <br />wounds…<br />Justice should <br />Heal.<br />
  2. 2. Restorative Justice…<br />is a philosophy about the way we view crime and wrongdoing and what we do about it. <br />
  3. 3. Restorative Justice values relationships and focuses of the harm that was created.<br />
  4. 4. Guiding Principles of Current System<br /><ul><li>Crime is lawbreaking
  5. 5. Accountability is accepting punishment
  6. 6. The government and the offender are the important participants
  7. 7. Pubic safety requires increased governmental intervention.</li></li></ul><li>Guiding Principles Guiding OfCurrent System Principles of Restorative Justice<br /><ul><li>Crime is lawbreaking
  8. 8. Accountability is accepting punishment
  9. 9. The government and the offender are the important participants
  10. 10. Pubic safety requires increased governmental intervention.
  11. 11. Crime and wrongdoing cause harm
  12. 12. Victim, Offenders, Community identify the harm and decide what needs to happen
  13. 13. Government is responsible for order --Communities are responsible for peace</li></li></ul><li>Elements of Restorative Justice<br /><ul><li>Encounter
  14. 14. Repair
  15. 15. Transformation</li></li></ul><li>Important Features<br />An opportunity for encounter<br />Emphasis on repairing the harm<br />Inclusion of victim and offenders in program<br />Goal of reintegration of victim and offender<br />
  16. 16. Victims<br />Get the opportunity to :<br /><ul><li>Tell the offender how they have been affected
  17. 17. Have a voice in deciding how the harm should be repaired
  18. 18. Receive support from the community
  19. 19. Have questions answered</li></li></ul><li>Offenders<br />Get the opportunity to :<br /><ul><li>Be accountable for their actions
  20. 20. Hear how their actions affected others
  21. 21. Apologize to the victim
  22. 22. Have a voice in deciding how the harm should be repaired
  23. 23. Begin the process of restoring trust </li></li></ul><li>Communities<br /><ul><li>Participants get the opportunity to talk about how the behavior has affected them
  24. 24. Take responsibility
  25. 25. Have a voice in the outcome</li></li></ul><li>Current Questions <br />What happened? (fact finding)<br />Who is to blame?<br />What is the appropriate response to deter and possibly punish those at fault, so they will not so the same thing again?<br />
  26. 26. CurrentQuestions Restorative Questions <br />What happened? (differing perspectives)<br />Who has been affected?<br />How can we involve everyone that has been affected in finding a way forward?<br />How can everyone do things differently in the future?<br />What happened? (fact finding)<br />Who is to blame?<br />What is the appropriate response to deter and possibly punish those at fault, so they will not so the same thing again?<br />
  27. 27. Restorative Processes<br />Victim Impact Panels.<br />Community Restorative Boards.<br />Restorative Community Service.<br />Transition Programs.<br />Victim Offender Dialogue in Cases of Severe Crime.<br />Restorative Circles/Healing Circles.<br />Victim-Offender Mediation. <br />Family/Community Group Conferencing<br />
  28. 28. Restorative Justice<br /> in the Roanoke Valley……<br />
  29. 29. Family Group/Restorative Justice Conferencing<br /><ul><li>Referral
  30. 30. Pre-conference
  31. 31. Preparation
  32. 32. Conference
  33. 33. Follow up</li></li></ul><li>Restorative Justicevalues relationships and focuses on the harm that was createdandrecognizes the importance of including victims, offenders and community members to identify the harms and decide the outcomes. <br />
  34. 34. Victim Opportunities<br />The victim has an opportunity to have feelings acknowledged, to have effects of harm recognized and explored, and to be an active participant in the process of reparation.<br />
  35. 35. Offender Accountability<br />Offenders acknowledge their actions and decisions (wrongdoing/crime)<br />and accept the obligations to those they have harmed.<br />
  36. 36. Focus on thePresent and Future<br />We cannot change the past.<br />The restorative justice process<br />focuses on the repair of <br />the current harm and the <br />prevention of reoccurrence<br />in the future.<br />
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