This Iris insight by Steve Kirkwood defines restorative justice, outlines the evidence on its use and impact, and discusses its current and potential use as a response to crime in Scotland.
Key points include:
- The current Scottish policy context provides fertile ground for the growth of restorative justice.
- Research evidence shows restorative justice can reduce the likelihood of further offending, assist people recover from the harm of crime, and provide greater satisfaction with the justice process.
- Although its use is relatively limited in Scotland, restorative justice is used in other parts of the UK and internationally.
Read in full here: https://www.iriss.org.uk/resources/insights/restorative-justice?utm_source=Iriss+News+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=762a32381e-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_12_03_09_53&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8049a3360b-762a32381e-412141093
Restorative Technological Approaches – Neil Tamplin (Twitter)
A short piece displaying the fact that restorative approaches can be applied digitally and in many different circumstances. This tweet provides notes on repairing harm, maintaining a community and building relationships.
I wrote a thing about a community approach to 'digital transformation' in which we promote the values of tolerance, inclusiveness, respect, empathy and forgiveness. https://t.co/wSCIsXEZR1
— Neil Tamplin (@NeilTamplin) December 5, 2018