Program of restorative justice

Description: The director is authorized to establish a program of restorative justice within the department's correctional centers and to require that offenders offer acts and expressions of sincere remorse for the offense committed and its impact on the victims and the community. Such program requirements may include, but are not limited to, community service work requirements while incarcerated and participation in victim-oriented programs, as well as other restorative activities to be determined by the department.

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