Restorative Justice, Victims and the Police

C Hoyle, RP Young

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Abstract

This chapter documents the various ways in which the police are experimenting with restorative justice in the United Kingdom. These experiments are shown to have brought the police into a new set of relations with victims. Drawing on original research, the chapter explores what victims think of police-led restorative practice, and argues that this practice may lead to the blurring of some long-standing ideological distinctions between offenders and victims.
Translated title of the contributionRestorative Justice, Victims and the Police
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Handbook of Policing
EditorsTim Newburn
PublisherWillan Publishing
Pages680 - 706
Number of pages26
ISBN (Print)1843920190
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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    Hoyle, C., & Young, RP. (2003). Restorative Justice, Victims and the Police. In T. Newburn (Ed.), The Handbook of Policing (pp. 680 - 706). Willan Publishing.