Restorative Justice

December 6, 2010 § Leave a comment

Restorative Justice contains some of the ideas NPJP embraces.  RJ is also something that is ripe to be introduced after punitive justice has been employed – since punitive justice is not going anywhere anytime soon.   A brief breakdown  of RJ to be discussed later.

Punitive Justice asks the questions:

1) Who did it?

2) What laws were broken?

3) What punishment should be given?

 

Restorative justice, on the other hand, asks:

1) Who was affected?

2) What needs to be done to make things right?

3) What do we need to set up so that this doesn’t happen again?

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