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“We want to engage and empower local communities which will bring about changes in the delivery of services and ultimately impact on reducing re-offending among young people. The direct engagement of volunteers through panels is a clear example.”

Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice

The network for sharing good practice to enable victims and neighbourhoods to deal  effectively with young offenders in the community.

We're developing a national identity and encouraging participation in search of standards and effective practice in community led  restorative justice.

A problem-solving community of practice.Space for sharing the corporate voice of 6000 volunteers in the youth justice system

Finding solutions to 3 questions:

What is the nature of the harm resulting from crime?

How should this harm be repaired?

Who is responsible for the repair?


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PanelMembers RT @d_whyte100: Is police racism worse than it was in the 1980s? asks @LeeJasper. “The Mayor of London has to reign in the Met.” @IRR_news…

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PanelMembers RT @NealHazel: 128,000 #children currently #homeless in Britain (up 52% frm 2012). Small @Shelter study suggests living in temp accommodati…

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PanelMembers RT @adamec87: Not sure what is more worrying, the evidence of continued police racism found by the HMIC, or the fact that they have no idea…

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