What We're Doing
Male rape and restorative justice ›
Why I reported the crime when so many men don’t and chose to meet with the man who raped me.
New Year, New Mediation Service! ›
Exciting news from Safer Communities, we are currently in the progress of developing a new, independent Mediation Service. Sue Deehan, Mediation Development Officer, explains…
International RJ Week – 15 – 22 November 2020 ›
Teesside robbery victim explains why she wanted to meet one of the men responsible for her terrifying ordeal.
Zetland FM Radio Appearance 09 November 2020 (105 FM: Local Radio for Redcar & Cleveland) ›
Many thanks to the very wonderful Dave Robson for having us back on Zetland FM today, talking all things Restorative Justice, ahead of International RJ Week 15-22 November.
Sharing our RJ-themed in-cell activity pack ›
We have been delighted to share our RJ-themed in-cell activity pack with other RJ Service Providers across the country.
Award Winners ›
We were delighted to have been awarded a Howard League Community Award, under the category of Restorative Approaches.
Zetland FM Radio Appearance 15 November 19 (105 FM: Local Radio for Redcar & Cleveland) ›
We had a fantastic time talking to the wonderful Julie Donaldson.
The Knife Angel August 2019 ›
TheBritish Ironwork Centre, working with artist Alfie Bradley, created the remarkable Knife Angel sculpture, using knives handed into all 43 UK Police Constabularies.
Online Seminar Attendance ›
It was fantastic to take part in our first online seminar on March 26 th 2020.
Nomination for LGBT Alliance Awards 2020 ›
We were delighted with our nomination, along with the Victim Care & Advice Service, for the LGBT Alliance Awards 2020.
Sharing Good Practice ›
Read more about our practice in using restorative approaches to address hate crime, co-written by Becky Childs (Restorative Cleveland Service Manager) and Tehmina Kazi of Why Me?
International Hate Crime Week 17 – 24 November 2019 ›
As part of National RJ Week 2019, Ann-Marie joined us at the 'Put Out Hate' event, hosted by the Cleveland Fire Brigade and Hart Gables.
Why me? Ann-Marie’s Story ›
Ann-Marie's story is truly an inspiring one. Having experienced hate crime, whilst using public transport, she wanted to share a message of independence and the right to be yourself.
Our Evaluation Forms online ›
The Restorative Justice Council shares our Evaluation Forms.