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Wanganui Community-managed Restorative Justice Programme

Judy Paulin

Wanganui Community-managed Restorative Justice Programme

an evaluation

by Judy Paulin

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Published by Ministry of Justice in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand,
  • Wanganui.
    • Subjects:
    • Wanganui Community-managed Restorative Justice Programme -- Evaluation.,
    • Restorative justice -- New Zealand -- Wanganui.,
    • Community-based corrections -- New Zealand -- Wanganui.,
    • Victims of crimes -- New Zealand -- Wanganui.,
    • Maori (New Zealand people) -- Criminal justice system -- New Zealand -- Wanganui.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJudy Paulin and Venezia Kingi with Barb Lash.
      ContributionsLash, Barb., Kingi, Venezia Marlene., New Zealand. Ministry of Justice.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV8688 .P384 2005
      The Physical Object
      Pagination106 p. :
      Number of Pages106
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3465754M
      ISBN 100478201966
      LC Control Number2005440369

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The Wanganui Community-Managed Restorative Justice Programme is delivered by the Wanganui Restorative Justice Trust. The programme’s history, governance structure, resources and funding arrangements are presented in this report, along with information about the roles of its staff, the referral process and the restorative justice process.

Get this from a library. The Wanganui Community-managed Restorative Justice Programme: an evaluation. [Judy Paulin; Venezia Marlene Kingi; Barb Lash; New Zealand. Ministry of Justice.] -- Delivered by the Wanganui Restorative Justice Trust.

The programme's history, governance structure, resources and funding arrangements are presented in this report, along with information about the. The Wanganui Community-Managed Restorative Justice Programme: An Evaluation.

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The evaluation finds that the Wanganui Community-Managed Restorative Justice Programme generally appeared to be operating in the spirit of the Ministry’s eight principles of best practice for restorative justice processes, and concludes by making a number of recommendations for improvements in different areas of practice.

programmes selected were the Rotorua Second Chance Restorative Justice Programme and the Wanganui Community-Managed Restorative Justice Programme. The Rotorua programme was selected for re-evaluation so that best practice principles for community-based restorative justice programmes utilising tikanga-based practices might be identified.

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With the growing use of restorative processes, issues of effectiveness and best practices are being debated.

Research and evaluation are keys to understanding these issues. At the same time, evaluation brings up questions of appropriate performance measures and goals for restorative justice programmes. Three recent studies, one from the United Kingdom and two from New Zealand, address these.

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