3.2 - Clinical relevance of restorative justice  pp. 354-360

Clinical relevance of restorative justice

By Hall Guy

Chapter Abstract

Restorative justice procedures may be used with children in schools, youth in the juvenile justice system and adults in a range of conflict settings including corporate regulation. Surveys of restorative justice studies consistently demonstrate higher levels of satisfaction for restorative justice. The clinical relevance of restorative justice is that it can reduce the negative impacts of the criminal justice system itself as well as aiding the psychological recovery of crime victimization. Just as the evidence for the benefits of restorative justice for victims is unambiguous, so the evidence of the benefits for offenders is unambiguous. In sum, there is evidence that restorative justice produces improved psychological functioning compared to traditional processes for victims, and this can be explained by reductions of fear, guilt, anger and an increase in the ability to forgive. Restorative justice should not be seen as a stand-alone intervention.


Keywords:

crime victimization; victims; restorative justice; juvenile justice system; criminal justice system; offenders;

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