Restorative Justice Hubs
Restorative Justice (RJ) is a powerful and effective voluntary process which gives you, the victim, the chance to explain to the offender the impact that their crime has had on you. It will only happen if the victim and the offender both want to take part and a trained facilitator decides that it's safe.
RJ may involve a conference, where a victim meets their offender face to face. Sometimes, when this is not the right choice for you, the victim and offender can communicate via letters, recorded interviews or video instead. It's a process which puts you in control and gives you the opportunity to seek answers from your offender.
There are three RJ hubs that form part of the Sussex Restorative Justice Partnership, providing access to RJ services for Sussex residents.
If there's anything else you'd like to ask you can contact your local RJ hub using the contact details provided.