Restorative Justice is a victim-focused approach that empowers victims of crime by giving them the opportunity to communicate with the person responsible. It is provided by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire & The Isle of Wight.Find out more
"When the police told me about RJ, I was interested straight away and they referred me to the RJ service.Read More
Three offenders entered a residential property on the Isle of Wight on numerous occasions during the evening and early morning, searched rooms, and stole property.Read More
A male had intervened to prevent a domestic assault, and had himself been badly assaulted by the offender, causing ABH injuries.Read More
The offences against Joshua were of a sexual nature and were committed in the 1980s, when Joshua was aged between 10 and 15 years old.Read More
The offender, Sam*, had committed the offence of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.Read More
A neighbours’ dispute had been occurring between John*, who owned a house adjoining a public right of way, and Frank*, who was the son of the owner of a plot of land opposite John’s house, for many years.Read More
Watch this video about how Restorative Justice brought peace to a burglary victim.Watch Here
Rosalyn shares her experience of Restorative Justice.Watch Here
The facilitators have been wonderful. I feel stronger than I did. I would really recommend Restorative Justice.
I hope that she would understand that I know what I’ve done was wrong and I’ve learnt from my actions.
I had my opportunity to discuss the incident and also to meet the offender in person.