Organisations across England and Wales work restoratively or offer restorative services to the public. These include prisons, probation services, police forces, schools, youth offending teams, local authorities, housing associations and care homes.
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The RSQM is for organisations that have demonstrated that they meet the six Restorative Service Standards of the RJC. The award is external recognition of your work. It gives the public confidence in the restorative service you offer, and provides proof for commissioners and funders that you provide a quality service.
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Portsmouth Mediation Service was founded some twenty years ago, its big vision today is to operate as a centre of excellence and Influence in seeing Portsmouth established as a Restorative City. A skilled and experienced blend of highly motivated staff and volunteers are a on an exciting new journey. Through the work of assessment, mediation and restorative practice, this impartial and independent Service is working closely with the city housing officers, police, schools, university and other envisioned people and organisations to help resolve community disputes and conflict and to contribute towards the peace and prosperity of Portsmouth.
Restorative Justice interventions to victims of youth crime and anti-social behaviour
The Iffley Academy is a community Special Academy for children and young people up to the age of 18 with complex special educational needs. Our students have a range of needs but primarily we work with students with Cognition and Learning Difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorder and/or Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties. All students have Education, Health and Care Plans, or Statements of Special Educational Needs.
Telephone: 01865 747606
Supporting victims of crimes committed by young people through a designated victim worker. Facilitating conferencing and indirect RJ interventions. Supporting young people to avoid reoffending. Involving the local community through Referral Order panels.
We provide restorative services covering the areas of South Gloucestershire, Bath and North East Somerset. We are an independent charity taking referrals mainly from Avon and Somerset Constabulary. We undertake a range of cases including out of court disposals, post sentence cases including serious and sensitive cases, and sexually harming behaviour and domestic violence cases. We work with adults and young people including those with mental health issues and other vulnerabilities. We also deliver restorative shop theft workshops to deter young people from reoffending. We are funded by the Police and Crime Commissioners and have been operational since April 2015.
A registered Charity and Company Ltd by guarantee with over 125 years experience of working with vulnerable children and young people across Lancashire, GM and Cumbria.
CANW's Triage Service developed since 2009 provides a successful diversion for young people away from the Criminal Justice System, by using Reparative, Restorative and Community Reparation to reduce 'Risks, Needs & Vulnerabilities. Justice for Victims and reducing Recidivism.
We are a community mediation service with some expertise in training and restorative practices working in partnership with the local police and local authority.
HM Prison Hewell is committed to developing and providing restorative processes that repair the harm caused by crime and other negative behaviour. The whole prison approach includes facilitating face-to-face meetings involving victims and prisoners, indirect, caucused and proximal processes, restorative family processes, community reparation and extending the use of restorative approaches inside the prison.
Restorative practice at HMP Hewell is delivered in partnership with the National Probation Service and we work closely with other criminal justice agencies and Police & Crime Commissioners.
Restorative Solutions CIC works in partnership with a multitude of local organisations and agencies to make Restorative Approaches accessible to all. Our aim has always been to provide solutions aimed at reducing harm and conflict.
Salus offers training and restorative practices in criminal justice, community and schools.
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust provides the widest range of NHS mental health services in the UK, including secure hospital care and mental health services in prisons. We also provide substance misuse services for people who are addicted to drugs and alcohol. Our services include the Maudsley Hospital and Bethlem Royal Hospital. We work closely with the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. We are part of King’s Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre.
Staffordshire Restorative Justice Hub is commissioned by the Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner and works alongside the Staffordshire Victim Gateway to provide a victim-led restorative justice service throughout Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent. Our trained facilitators will guide and support victims of crime through the restorative justice process, delivering a range of interventions, including face-to-face meetings, in a safe environment.
Restorative justice provides opportunities for those directly affected by crime as a victim or as a perpetrator, to communicate and agree on how to deal with the incidents and its consequences. The process offers direct and indirect contact between those involved, such as face to face meetings or shuttle mediation. The service has trained officers who ensure the process is safe and managed appropriately for the victim and the perpetrator.
Stockton YOT delivers a range of restorative approaches including face to face meetings and indirect mediation. All victims of youth crime are offered an opportunity to participate and have a voice.
Windsor and Maidenhead YOT provides support for both victims of crime and young people who have offended. Our aim is to give victims of crime a voice, enable harm to be repaired and to prevent young people from offending again.
Where appropriate, we offer our victims:
*Restorative justice conferences
*Attendance at restorative panels
*Input in reparation
The Switch Project provides early interventions to support the inclusion of young people whose social and emotional needs are causing concern and preventing them from achieving their full potential. The Switch Project enhances young people’s skills for coping and managing in different situations, placing emphasis on making good choices in both their educational and personal lives. We focus on areas such as stress, making friends, healthy relationships, managing anxiety, seeking help, solving problems, separation, assertive communication, self-confidence, reducing aggression and persevering through difficulties.
West London Mental Health Trust has a commitment to restorative justice and the process of bringing together those harmed by crime or conflict with those responsible for the harm, to find a positive way forward. Broadmoor Hospital, West London Forensic and Local Services have associate practitioners trained in restorative practice working to maintain and develop restorative practices within in-patient and forensic hospital services.
Wye Valley Mediation aspire to be a rural centre of excellence for conflict resolution.We are a Community Interest Company and work on a not for profit basis.Our purpose is to provide mediation for families and schools. Children are the society of the future and we believe that the a simple resolution process - peer mediation - will help build skills that they can use on maturity.