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    Assess the various factors that help you meet the needs as well as identified your strengths in developing the restorative justice program. Keeping these needs in mind, this week, the commissioner asks you to decide on tangible goals to develop a restorative system.

    Create a 2 page memo in a Microsoft Word document. Your memo should include the following:
    Create a design of your basic strategies to reach the tangible goals.

    Explain the forms of mediation your agency will use and what will be needed to implement them.

    Describe at least one type of mediation specific to your population, decided on a type of encounter group, and explained the tangible goals and the basic strategies to reach those goals.

    Create the specific strategies for at least three other tangible goals to develop the restorative system.

    Support your responses with examples.

    Cite any sources in APA format.

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    In accordance with BrainMass standards this is not a hand in ready memo but is only background help.

    Step 1
    Memo Header:
    TO: Commissioner
    FROM: Researcher
    SUBJECT:Developing a Restorative Justice Program.
    DATE: 28-07-2017

    Step 2
    The basic design of the restorative justice program so that the tangible goals are achieved is as follows. The first step is case referral and intake. The second step is preparation for mediation. The third step is the mediation. The fourth step is the follow up including the enforcement of the restoration agreement. Normally, the case is referred to restorative justice program after conviction or formal admission of guilt in the court. Some cases are diverted prior to the disposition to avoid prosecution (a). The mediator will contact the victim and offender to make sure that both are appropriate for mediation. The tangible goal of the mediator will be that the experience must be constructive, the victim will not be further harmed by the ...

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