About our service
Trained facilitators work in pairs to run the meeting where people talk about the offending and the issues around it. If you are the person harmed, you can talk about how you have been affected and how the harm can be repaired. If you are an offender, you accept responsibility for what you have done, and try to "restore" or put things right for the harmed person. Declining a Restorative Justice meeting is okay. Never feel pressured into participating.
RJNC can facilitate a range of restorative practice pathways, including before sentencing and after sentencing.
For more information:
Contact the Restorative Justice North Canterbury Coordinator on:
P| 03 310 7454 or M| 0221 633 575 E| firstname.lastname@example.org
- North Canterbury Police Diversion
- Pre-Sentence Restorative Justice
- Post-Sentence Restorative Justice
- Enforceable Undertakings
- Alternative Environment Justice