Nova Scotia Restorative Justice Program


Correctional Services Division, Department of Justice
P.O. Box 7
Halifax, Nova Scotia

“Our goal is to have a justice process that holds offenders accountable in a more meaningful way, repairs the harm caused by the offence, reintegrates the offender, and achieves a sense of healing for the victim and the community.” The Program hopes to help in the following four tangible ways: reduce recidivism (repeated relapses into crime) increase victim satisfaction strengthen communities increase public confidence in the criminal justice system. The Program is currently available for youth aged 12-17 inclusive. (Copies from organization web site)

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