Florida Department of Juvenile Justice - Neighborhood Accountability Boards


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2737 Centerview Drive
Tallahasee, FL, 32399-3100

NABs (Neighborhood Accountability Boards) It represents a community-based decision-making process aimed at repairing the harm committed against victims and neighborhoods. Instead of focusing on who broke the law or what laws were broken and how the offender will be punished, the process takes a restorative justice perspective, which focuses the attention on what harm was done and what needs to be done to repair the harm, and who is responsible for the repair. (copied for web site)

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