This study is based on a comparison of the resanctioning rates of 29,000 offenders who had received a caution in either Thames Valley (which used restorative cautions) or two comparison forces (which used traditional cautions). The study found no evidence to suggest that restorative cautioning had resulted in a statistically significant reduction in either the overall resanctioning rate or the seriousness or frequency of offending.
|Translated title of the contribution||Two Year Resanctioning Study: A Comparison of Restorative and Traditional Cautions|
|Number of pages||36|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
Bibliographical notePublisher: London: RDS, Home Office
Other identifier: Online Report 57/04