As a Restorative Justice Practitioner, you will work with offenders and victims of crime to facilitate communication between them. You will be supporting victims and offenders of a wide variety of offence types, from shoplifting and criminal damage to sexual violence and murder. This will involve working with Greater Manchester Police, the National Probation Service and local prisons.
You will be working 20 hours per week in the Restorative Justice Hub based at Derbyshire Police Headquarters in Ripley, providing administrative services as directed by the Remedi Manager. You will be the central point of contact for Restorative Justice referrals and enquires across Derbyshire and will involve:
Undertaking direct correspondence with service users when required.
Liaising with partner agencies such as Derbyshire Police and Witness Care to access the relevant information, adhering to GDPR policies and procedures at all times.
Pathways is an exciting project with the goal of reducing reoffending in Cumbria. You will be providing intensive mentoring support for adults who have committed an offence. A person going through the Pathways project can expect support, structure and to be held accountable for their actions. The service works in close partnership with the Cumbria Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Remedi are looking for people who are passionate about helping people and want to work in a job where they can make a tangible difference to someone's life.
The role of a restorative practitioner involves a significant amount of contact with people affected by and involved in crime. This contact is usually initiated over the phone and includes individuals who may be the victim or perpetrator of all crime types from Theft to Murder. Your role will involve supporting individuals in the community and in prisons, through the Restorative Justice process.