Secondly, I look at the experiences of victims, offenders and community members within three of the court's restorative programs and interventions. Here, I give consideration as to what these groups and individuals do with restorative justice, as well as to how the standardization of juvenile justice practices in Washington State informs the limits and scope of the type of restorative work that can be done within this framework.VIP/VOM staff usually met with offenders for forty-five minutes to an hour, and over the course of these meetings, used a white-board to ... The VIP/VOM staff member explained the purpose of aquot;restorative community service, aquot; and then asked if anything else had happened as a consequence of her offense. ... 11 CCJC document, aquot;Protocols from VIP/CJS Cases. ... In its common usage, the aquot; juvenile courtaquot; is comprised of the actual courthouse, detention facility, and probation and units.
|Title||:||Asking More of Our Institutions: The Promises and Limits of Juvenile Restorative Justice in Clark County, WA.|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|