News: Jun 2017

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TPQM - Free places available to new applicants

27 June 2017

We are delighted that the Ministry of Justice has agreed to further support the TPQM in 2017-18, enabling the RJC to offer the TPQM free of charge to a limited number of organisations on a first come first served basis.

The TPQM provides a badge of quality for training providers. It allows training providers to show that they have been externally recognised, enables them to market their training in a competitive field, and gives commissioners and learners confidence in their training. Twenty-three training providers now hold the TPQM, with one telling us:

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RSQM - special offers for new applicants

27 June 2017

The Restorative Justice Council is offering a limited number of organisations the chance to apply for the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) at a reduced price.  As an independent quality mark, the RSQM will allow your organisation to demonstrate to commissioners, partners and the public that you are delivering safe, quality restorative practice. 

This year, with the support of the Ministry of Justice, we are offering a reduced rate to 20 organisations working in the criminal justice sector of £3,000 plus VAT – a saving of £1,000 on the standard fee.

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The RJC is recruiting a Policy and Communications Officer

27 June 2017

The Restorative Justice Council is recruiting a Policy and Communications Officer to contribute to the delivery of our communications, marketing, and policy development work.

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Cambridgeshire Constabulary awarded the RSQM

20 June 2017

The RJC is pleased to announce that Cambridgeshire Constabulary has been awarded the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM).

The service, which is funded by Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite, is based alongside the county’s in-house Victim and Witness Hub.

Jon Collins, the RJC’s chief executive, said:

“By successfully completing the RSQM, Cambridgeshire Constabulary has demonstrated its commitment to providing the highest standards in restorative justice, and I would like to congratulate the whole team on this achievement.”

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The RJC is recruiting a new Chief Executive

19 June 2017

The Restorative Justice Council is seeking a new chief executive to lead this influential national charity at an exciting time in its development. This is a unique opportunity for a dynamic leader to influence the development of restorative practice at a local and national level.

The RJC is the independent membership body for the field of restorative practice. We provide a national voice advocating the widespread use of all forms of restorative practice, including restorative justice, and aims to enable safe, high-quality restorative practice to develop and thrive.