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Job opportunity: Prison based Restorative Justice Manager, HMP Wormwood Scrubs

5 November 2019

Criminal justice charity Belong provides hope, rehabilitation and recovery for victims and perpetrators of crime. Their services include mentoring, creative psychotherapy and restorative justice interventions. They work with children, young people and adults in custodial and community settings.

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Job opportunity: Restorative Trainer Practitioner

1 November 2019

Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership are inviting applications for a Trainer/Practitioner. Their business is growing, and they require a Trainer/Practitioner with strong values aligned to own, who will be a good fit with their team. 

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Job opportunity: Restorative Practitioner (West Midlands)

20 October 2019

The role of a restorative practitioner involves a significant amount of contact with people affected by and involved in crime. This contact is usually initiated over the phone and includes individuals who may be the victim or perpetrator of all crime types from Theft to Murder.

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Job opportunity: Restorative Practitioner (Nottinghamshire)

8 October 2019

The Remedi team in Nottinghamshire are looking for a Restorative Practitioner to work within their Youth Justice Services in Nottinghamshire county. You will work as part of team of practitioners who facilitate restorative communication between victims and young people involved in crime. This will involve work on serious and complex cases.

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Kirklees Youth Offending Team awarded the RSQM

19 September 2019

Kirklees Youth Offending Team has been awarded the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) by the Restorative Justice Council, in recognition of its high quality restorative justice interventions with young people.

Jim Simon, the Restorative Justice Council’s chief executive, said:

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Response to proposals for revising the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime

18 September 2019

The RJC has submitted a response to the Ministry of Justice regarding their proposals for revising the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime. Whilst this first consultation raises some important points, there are areas which require further thought and consideration within the second consultation.

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Job opportunity: Young Victim Case Worker

17 September 2019

Remedi are recruiting a Young Victim Case Worker to work as part of their ‘Got Your Back’ team in Cheshire. The Role will be supporting young people aged 17 and under emotionally and practically to help them Cope and Recover from an offence. The role will be 20 hours per week over 5 days (including some evening and Saturday work) based in the Halton area. The post is subject to Police Vetting clearance.

Pay: £20,280 (pro rata) p.a. (actual £11,588 per annum) plus 6% pension contribution

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Job opportunity: Essex Restorative and Mediation Service Administrator (Kelvedon Park, Essex)

10 September 2019

The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex is seeking an exceptional candidate with good organisational and communication skills to support the work of the Essex Restorative and Mediation service. The post holder will be responsible for the smooth running and administration of the Restorative and Mediation service by ensuring referrals are processed in a timely and effective manner.

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Job opportunity: Manager – South Yorkshire Adult

10 September 2019

Manager (Restorative Justice Services South Yorkshire)

Remedi are recruiting a full time manager to oversee and develop their restorative justice services across South Yorkshire. The successful candidate will take responsibility for managing a team of practitioners delivering Restorative Justice within the adult criminal justice system. The manager will champion restorative justice and ensure best practice standards are being delivered by the team.

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Job opportunity: Restorative Practitioner (Manchester)

9 September 2019

The Remedi team in Manchester is looking for a new Restorative Practitioner to supervise reparation hours and run restorative action projects with young people in the Youth Justice Service. The new team member will spend most of their time in the community with young people aged 10-17 fulfilling the reparative element of their order. They are looking for someone who is able to work creatively to engage young people and support them to come up with project ideas to benefit their community as well as work with placements in their local community.

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