Restorative Justice

Kent Criminal Justice Agencies use restorative justice by encouraging victims, offenders and the wider community to work together to resolve local issues.  Salus has a proven history in restorative justice training and delivery and the Kent Criminal Justice Board have chosen us to deliver this service on their behalf.

We provide a range of restorative interventions from Police out-of-court sanctions, such as youth cautions, to post-conviction restorative conferencing in a variety of settings.  Our services rely on volunteers working within their communities to contribute to the restorative approach.  Our volunteers are trained in compliance with the Restorative Justice Council’s Codes of Practice for Trainers and meet the requirements of the Best Practice Guidance 2011.

Additionally we carry out a range of victim services for Kent Integrated adolescent Support Services (KIASS) including victim empathy and contacting victims of crime to contribute to Referral Panels and Post-Conviction Reports.

For information about becoming a volunteer with us please download the attached leaflet or contact us.

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