Restorative Justice is a victim-focused approach that empowers victims of crime by giving them the opportunity to communicate with the person responsible. It is provided by the Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson.Find out more
John burgled Lucy’s home when she was outside hanging out her washing. When she came inside, she found him standing in her property. She describe...Read More
Ann and her son, Nicky, had been enjoying an evening in together. As the evening progressed, an argument started, which then escalated. ...Read More
A complaint of historical sexual abuse was reported to the police by two sisters who accused their stepfather of sexually touching them when they w...Read More
Caroline’s world was turned upside down when Simon, her partner, was punched in the face and knocked to the ground as he walked home from a night...Read More
Daniel contacted the Restorative Justice team after he committed a street robbery on Carl. “The p...Read More
Anne, 65, contacted the service, as she was interested in Restorative Justice. Her husband, Brian, 63, had been killed in a traffic collision 18 mo...Read More
The restorative justice process has made me really think about the consequences of my actions.
Restorative Justice has really helped. It has given me closure, and I feel much more positive.
Lucy, burglary victim
Now we can get on with our lives without the burden of what happened grinding us down.