Repairing the Harm: Restorative Justice

Repairing the Harm: Restorative Justice features the Honorable Janine Geske, a former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice, and national leader in the Restorative Justice process. The Restorative Justice process allows both criminals and their victims to express their feelings with one another. Victims are given the chance to get answers and criminals are given the chance to repent. For both parties, it is a chance to start the healing process.

Repairing the Harm: Restorative Justice is designed to deter teens from committing crimes by showing them the pain and torment victims suffer. Teens will realize that a crime creates a ripple effect on the family, friends and community of the victim. The restorative justice process is often the only way a victim can explain to their offender how their actions have caused pain and suffering. Criminals view restorative justice as a chance to right their wrongs by giving back to their victims and the community.

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