restorative justice final
I have have attached 2 documents below, that have answers from two other students. your job is to take their answers and put them in your words. or make it look better. and for the questions that don’t have answers, please find me answers.
â€¢You may not use any quotations in your answers, and you may not copy any of your responses from the text or any other source (no plagiarizing!!).
â€¢You should certainly rely on the class texts (Elliott and VanNess), class lectures and discussions in preparing your answers. You may also rely on other sources, so long as you cite them appropriately (APA format) in the text of your answer and on a separate list of references. Your response to each question may contain no more than two outside sources (e.g., not from class lecture, text, discussion, or guest lecturer). Your personal opinion and experience(s) may be included, but only as a supplement to another source
1)Name and explain the 5 main principles of restorative justice?
2)Elizabeth Elliott refers to Nils Christieâ€™s â€œConflict as Propertyâ€ when mentioning professionalization â€“what does that mean?
3)Explain why participation, engagement and decision making are significant to restorative justice?
4)To Howard Zehr, restorative justice asks different questions from the ones the criminal justice asks. An example of this is in the CJS, the first question to be asked is: what laws have been broken? What is the correspondent question in restorative justice? Why is this relevant to restorative justice?
5)How do we determine if a restorative justice practice was successful?
6)What are Peacemaking Circles (all of them)? How did Peacemaking Circles start? Where did Peacemaking Circles start? Where have Peacemaking Circles been used in Chicago?
7)What does responsibility mean in restorative justice? Give an example.
8)Where is restorative justice practiced? In what institutions? Give two examples.
9)Why is restorative justice not rehabilitation and how does it serve to correct behavior?
10)How can a probation and a police officer utilize restorative justice practices to support the /community they serve?