This title contains an up-to-date survey of developments in the field of restorative justice, including an examination of issues of concern to victims, offenders, courts, mediators and criminal justice practitioners.
Martin Wright is a former Director of the Howard League for Penal Reform, Policy Officer of Victim Support, and Librarian of the Cambridge Institute of Criminology. He is a Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, De Montfort University, Leicester, and the author of Making Good: Prisons, Punishment and Beyond and Restoring Respect For Justice. He is joint editor of Mediation and Criminal Justice: Victims, Offenders and Community. A founder member of the Restorative Justice Consortium, he is currently a member of its board, and acts as a voluntary mediator in the Lambeth Mediation Service, London. As an active member of the European Forum for Restorative Justice he has spoken at many international conferences, and is an Honorary Fellow of the Institute for Conflict Resolution, Bulgaria. Restoring Respect for Justice has been translated into Russian and Polish.
The politician; the psychologist; the probation officer; the victim assistance worker; the judge; the philosopher; the mediator.