Downloadable Case Studies
Fraud Case Study
This case study refers to an offence of Fraud. This was committed against a vulnerable, elderly lady, by someone she had considered to be a close friend.Download Case Study ›
Mental Health Case Study
Research is widely recognised that RJ approaches can have a positive effect regarding mental health/wellbeing for victims in this case it was discussed as a potential to also support the offender.Download Case Study ›
Domestic Homicide Case Study
This case study refers to an offence you might initially assume would be out of scope: domestic-related homicide. Naturally, there is great caution around the use of RJ in Domestic Abuse. We share the concerns, recognising the need for caution and a robust risk assessment process.Download Case Study ›
Crime & Employment Case Study
This case study refers to an offence of Burglary, for which the responsible offender was now serving a custodial sentence. This was a victim-initiated referral, made to colleagues in the Durham Restorative Hub.Download Case Study ›
Hate Crime Case Study
This case study refers to an offence of Assault, initially recorded as Hate Crime. Joint work that was carried out by Restorative Cleveland and Victim Care and Advice Service (VCAS), after supporting Professionals recognised the potential suitability for a Restorative Justice (RJ) intervention to address the harm caused in this instance.Download Case Study ›
News and Events
Catch up on all the latest news from Restorative Cleveland.
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.
Safer Play Brew Fundraising ›
Unfortunately, it was necessary to cancel the Safer Playbrew Fundraising Event, intended to be held on March 27th.