Restorative Solutions Merseyside Restorative Justice Service awarded Registered Service Provider status
We are pleased to announce that Restorative Solutions Merseyside Restorative Justice Service has been awarded Registered Service Provider status. As part of their registration, 2 practitioners were assessed against the RJC’s Registered Practitioner Framework. We are delighted to confirm that Jeannette Wrigley and Kevin Reevey have both been awarded Advanced Registered Practitioner status. By achieving this status, Restorative Solutions Merseyside Restorative Justice Service and their Registered Practitioners have demonstrated their commitment to delivering high quality restorative practice to nationally agreed standards.
“The Merseyside Restorative Justice Service and their Registered Practitioners have demonstrated through the registration process that they are committed to providing access to high quality, safe and effective restorative practice. I would like to congratulate the Merseyside Restorative Justice Service team on their achievement.”
“Achieving Registered status with the RJC has confirmed that we are providing a high standard of service to the public of Merseyside. In my heart I knew we offered a quality service but independent evaluation through the Registration process has validated this.”
“Restorative Justice can be a really important process giving victims a chance to get answers following a crime and helping them to find a way to move on with their lives. Restorative Solutions have been offering high-quality advice and support to victims of crime who are considering using restorative justice for the last three years as part of the Victim Care Merseyside service. This accreditation recognises the excellent standard they offer to victims here in Merseyside and is a visible charter mark that will give reassurance to those who are considering using restorative justice that the service they will receive is second to none.
My congratulations to Jeannette and Kevin on achieving this status. I look forward to working with them in the future to ensure even more victims of crime have access to what can be a crucial step in their recovery.”