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Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice aims to identify and address what harm was done and what could be done to make things right. Its framework provides a process for addressing the harms of crime, juvenile delinquency, and other offenses through communication between those harmed by a crime and those responsible for the harm. Through restorative justice, offenders are able to understand and take responsibility for the consequences of their actions. Victims of crime take an active role in the process as they are given a voice in restitution that might not otherwise be available in tradition methods of justice.

Restorative justice has higher rates of victim satisfaction than other forms of justice and result in lower rates of recidivism in offenders. Like our mediators, Inafa' Maolek's restorative justice facilitators and well trained through our intensive restorative justice training program.

Restorative Justice Conference