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Ruth Ann Strickland

Restorative Justice

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Restorative justice, employed in both ancient and modern societies, is designed to repair the harm that a criminal offense inflicts on victims, offenders, and communities. Today, backlogged court dockets, dissatisfaction with the adversarial process, and overcrowded prisons have incited a necessary discussion of alternatives for dealing with the accused and the convicted. This book examines how restorative justice works - promoting healing by emphasizing the restoration of victims` emotional and material losses, creating forums for negotiation, problem-solving, and dialogue between affected parties, and empowering communities and victims by inviting their participation. Restorative Justice discusses the method`s beneficial and detrimental effects on, and implications for, defendants, victims, the courtroom workgroup, corrections and the community.





Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Chapter 1: Restorative Justice 1(18)
Definition of the Restorative Justice Alternative
1(1)
Historical Origins of the Restorative Justice Movement
2(2)
Uses of Restorative Justice
4(1)
Restorative Justice: General Practices
5(4)
Restorative Justice: Specific Techniques
9(5)
Preview of Upcoming Chapters
14(5)
Chapter 2: Restorative Justice and Defendants 19(18)
Restoring Communities, Victims, and Defendants
19(2)
Taking Responsibility Versus Legal Guilt
21(3)
Widening the Net of Social Control
24(1)
Reintegrating and Restoring Offenders
24(2)
Reduction in Offender Recidivism
26(2)
Defendants and Legal Rights
28(2)
Proportionality in Punishment
30(2)
Restorative Justice and Dangerous Defendants
32(2)
Conclusions
34(3)
Chapter 3: Restorative Justice and Victims 37(25)
Victim Services
39(1)
Victim-Offender Panels
40(2)
Family Group Conferencing
42(3)
Victim-Offender Reconciliation and Mediation
45(3)
Victim Compensation and Restitution
48(3)
Healing and Sentencing Circles
51(2)
Victim Impact Statements
53(3)
Reparative Boards
56(2)
Conclusions
58(4)
Chapter 4: Restorative Justice and the Courtroom Workgroup 62(24)
Police
63(3)
Prosecutors
66(4)
Defense Attorneys
70(4)
Judges
74(8)
Conclusions
82(4)
Chapter 5: Restorative Justice and the Community 86(24)
Defining Community
86(2)
Community Justice and Crime
88(1)
Communities of Interest and Responsibility
89(1)
Community Involvement in Restorative Justice
90(3)
Diverting Criminal Cases to Community Groups
93(2)
Community Empowerment
95(2)
Community Partnerships with Criminal Justice Agencies
97(7)
Community Restoration
104(1)
Building Community Support for Restorative Justice
105(5)
Chapter 6: Restorative Justice and Corrections 110(27)
Restorative Justice and the Multiple Goals of Corrections
110(1)
Traditional Community-Based Corrections
111(1)
Restorative Justice and Community-Based Corrections
112(1)
Traditional Community-Based Corrections Revamped with a Restorative Focus
113(8)
Restorative Justice Techniques with Correctional Implications
121(9)
Implications of Restorative Justice for Corrections
130(7)
Chapter 7: Conclusions 137
Implications of Restorative Justice
141(1)
The Future of Restorative Justice
141
Extra informatie: 
Paperback / softback
143 pagina's
Januari 2004
216 gram
229 x 154 x 10 mm
Peter Lang us


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