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Restorative Justice and Us – Article Series Restorative Justice relies on those with a direct stake in the wrong that was done, that is, the victim, the offender and the community, to reach a just solution. As such, offenders must be held accountable for their actions whilst, simultaneously, the needs of victims of crime must be met. Article 6 discusses the needs of both victim and offender. We invite you to read the article, your comments are welcome! ...

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Press Release: The Minister of Justice meets with the Mayor of Arima Residents and Councillor for the area on proposed Judicial Centre Complex for Malabar. ...

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Restorative Justice and Us – Article Series In Article 5, the spotlight shifts to offenders, whether they are in a penal institution or in the community. Under the Restorative Justice philosophy, offenders’ accountability includes an acknowledgment that he committed the offence and caused the resulting harm. It is imperative that the offender understand that he, not only contravened the law but also, caused harm – and in some cases irreparable harm – to victims and to the community by extension. We invite you to read the article, your comments are welcome! ...

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