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Restorative Justice
the empowerment model
Author: Barton, Charles
2003
Format: Book
Charles Barton discusses the philosophy behind restorative justice and gives practical details on how to assist crime victims and offenders. He shows how legal, police and social workers can take the opposing parties through an empowering process of cunsultation, discussion, venting and negotiation that 'will bring them to the point where reconciliation and healing, if these are at all possible in the circumstances, can easily and naturally happen'. He also gives advice to program managers, referring agents and policy makers about implementing the empowerment model
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Published: Hawkins Press; Sydney, Australia
Shelf Number: Re21
Acquisiton Number: 1514
ISBN: 1876067160

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