AIM Project


AIM Project is the leading restorative organisation for providing resources and training on restorative practice in cases of child/adolescent Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB). AIM established a pioneering pilot project on RJ and HSB which has received national and international recognition. An example of out work can be found be viewing 'The Meeting' DVD on the video resource section of the RJC Website. We offer a range of restorative training programmes and supporting materials to assist practitioners to consider and develop safe and sensitive restorative practice with HSB cases. The current training includes RA in HSB cases (two days); RA in cases of sibling HSB (two days) RA in Complex and Sensitive cases (2 days) and a single day training in support of our RJ and HSB Assessment frameworks.
The RJ and HSB Assessment framework is currently in its 3rd revision since being created in 2007. This remains the most comprehensive approach to assessment led practice with HSB cases (as required by Best Practice Guidance). In addition we have a Sensitive and Complex case assessment framework.
AIM also offers a training the trainers course for Referral Order Co ordinators enable them to train Panel Members on HSB cases. Finally AIM offers its own Best Practice Guidance in relation to RJ/HSB. We can tailor a course to the needs of the commissioning agencyDetails of all of our services and materials can be found on the website including our regular 'AIMweek' course in Manchester at

Service areas:

Criminal Justice, Sensitive and Complex, Youth Justice

Membership Type: Trainers