Resources

Ipsos MORI 2014 findings summary

Polling carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the RJC found overwhelming support for the principles of restorative justice from members of the public, particularly those who had been victims of crime themselves.

RJC Direct Accreditation case study questions template

This template will help Direct Accreditation applicants to initially write their case studies for the portfolio of evidence without being online. Once you are ready, you can then transfer your answers for each question to the case studies section of your Direct Accreditation application.

Champions portfolio second edition

This second, updated, edition of the champions portfolio provides an overview of the RJC's current community of more than 50 champions, their work, and interests in developing restorative justice. Working with our champions we will explore future opportunities and highlight the importance of rest

A victim’s guide to restorative justice

RJC Impact report 2013-14

Recovering from crime – restorative justice in action

Mapping restorative justice provision

The Restorative Justice Council commissioned researchers at the Hallam Centre for Community Justice at Sheffield Hallam University to undertake a national restorative justice mapping project which aimed to provide a snapshot of restorative justice provision across England and Wales.

Metropolitan Police consultation response

The Restorative Justice Council has submitted a response to a consultation on the Metropolitan Police. Our main recommendations are for:

Restorative justice in community rehabilitation companies and the National Probation Service - Information pack

The Restorative Justice Council (RJC) has launched the fourth in a series of information packs designed to help increase the use of restorative justice within the criminal justice system.

Restorative justice in the magistrates’ court information pack

The RJC has published an information pack to raise awareness of restorative justice among magistrates. The pack has been developed with the help of the Magistrates’ Association, the Ministry of Justice and Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service.

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