Restorative Justice Facilitator Code of Conduct and Standards of Training and Practice

Restorative justice practices include a variety of practices used to address the harm caused by offenses and wrong-doing. These Standards are designed to serve as fundamental ethical guidelines for persons facilitating restorative justice processes in all practice contexts. They serve three primary goals: to guide the training of facilitators that results in qualified practitioners; to inform the participants in the restorative justice process; and to promote public confidence in restorative justice as a process for repairing the harm of crime, conflict and wrong-doing while addressing the needs and concerns of the victim and other participants in the restorative justice process.

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