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Restorative Justice APPG Inquiry Report Published

James Simon
25 September 2021

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Restorative Justice has today published their report of the inaugural Inquiry which took place over the summer. The Inquiry, titled ‘Restorative Practices in 2021/22’ sought to assess where the sector is at the moment, and what steps could be taken to improve and coordinate the various services to improve outcomes for victims and offenders. The Inquiry marked the first major piece of work for the APPG, which was only constituted in April 2021.

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Thames Valley Restorative Justice Service awarded Registered Training Provider status

James Simon
23 September 2021

The RJC is pleased to announce that Thames Valley Restorative Justice Service (TVRJS) have been awarded Registered Training Provider status.

An established training and consultancy provider, TVRJS specialise in designing and delivering bespoke training packages tailored to reflect the characteristics, vision and goals of a specific area or setting.

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Restorative Justice APPG Invites Applications to Join Advisory Board

James Simon
22 September 2021

Ahead of the formal publication of the Restorative Justice All-Party Parliamentary Group Inquiry Report (‘Restorative Practices in 2021/2022’) the APPG is delighted to welcome new applications to join the Advisory Board for the 2021/2022 session.

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The Royal Borough of Greenwich’s Restorative Approaches: Theory and Practice Level 5 course awarded Approved course status

James Simon
1 September 2021

The RJC is pleased to announce that the established Restorative Approaches: Theory and Practice Level 5 course, run by the Royal Borough of Greenwich has gained RJC Approved Course status. The Level 5 programme has been designed to develop practitioners with both theoretical and practical excellence and is unique in its focus of combining the crucial elements of theory, practice and implementation.

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Victim Support NI achieve Registered Restorative Organisation status

James Simon
1 September 2021

We are pleased to announce that Victim Support NI has become the first organisation in Northern Ireland to achieve Registered status. As an independent charity supporting people affected by crime, Victim Support NI offer a free and confidential service, whether or not a crime has been reported and regardless of how long ago the event took place.

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Why me? awarded Registered Service Provider status

James Simon
23 July 2021

Having held the RJC’s Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) since 2016, we are pleased to announce that Why me? has been awarded Registered Service Provider status. By achieving this status, Why me? have demonstrated their continued commitment to delivering high quality restorative practice to nationally agreed standards.

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Congratulations to The Iffley Academy

James Simon
16 July 2021

The Iffley Academy become the first UK school to be awarded Registered Restorative Organisation status 

We are pleased to announce that The Iffley Academy has become the first school within the UK to be awarded Registered Restorative Organisation status. Achieving this status demonstrates they provide safe, high quality restorative practice which meets the six Restorative Organisation Standards.

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Inaugural Restorative Justice APPG Inquiry Launched

James Simon
1 July 2021

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Restorative Justice has launched a ground-breaking inquiry into Restorative Practices in 2021/22. The Inquiry marks the first major piece of work for the APPG, which was only constituted in April 2021. The Inquiry will look at the current use of Restorative Justice and Practices across the country and seek to identify focused recommendations to improve the performance and outcome.

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Restorative Solutions Kent & Medway Restorative Justice Service awarded Registered Service Provider status

James Simon
11 June 2021

 

We are pleased to announce that Restorative Solutions Kent & Medway Restorative Justice Service has been awarded Registered Service Provider status. As part of their registration, 5 practitioners were assessed against the RJC’s Registered Practitioner Framework and have been awarded Registered Practitioner status.

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