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Reparation and Victim-focused Social Work
Author: Williams, Brian
2002
Format: Book
A collection of research articles offering background information on restorative justice to practitioners and policy-makers. Issues addressed include family conferencing, reparation, restitution, family violence and victim impact statements
Reparation Restorative justice Social work Compensation Family conferencing Violence, racial Probation Victim impact statements Victims of crime, interventions Men, abusive
Table of contents
Introduction [to reparation] - Brian Williams
Compensating victims of violent crime in the European Union - the case for state restitution - Jo Goodey
Restorative justice - the choice between bilateral decision-making power and the third party intervention - Jo-Anne Wemmers
Family group conferencing - a victim perspective - Guy Masters
Reparation orders - Jim Dignan
Responding to victims of crime in rural areas - Susan R. Moody
Supporting victims of racist abuse and violence - Charlotte Knight and Karen Chouhan
Probation work with victims of crime - Barbara Tudor
Victim impact statements - voices to be heard in the Criminal Justice Process? - Sandra Walklate
Addressing victims issues in pre-sentence reports - Jane Dominey
Effective work with abusive men - listening to women - David Morran, Moira Andrew and Rory Macrae
Published: Jessica Kingsley; London, UK
Shelf Number: Re11
Acquisiton Number: 238
ISBN: 1843100231

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