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2) Who is the offender?

?????????????????????What is the background of the offender?

?????????????????????The offender has agreed to participate in the restorative justice process. Why do you think s/he agreed?

?????????????????????What are the offender's emotions?

?????????????????????What are the offender's expectations for the restorative justice process?


3) What was the harm done? Make a list of any obvious damages, but also include less obvious ones, such as loss of trust, a perception of lower security, etc.


4) Develop a resolution agreement. This is a list of things the offender agrees to do that everyone is satisfied is within the offender's ability to repair the harm done, and that satisfies the victims as far as possible. For example, the offender might be required to do community service, provide financial compensation, participate in mandatory counseling, or agree not to have any contact with a certain group. Make sure your resolution agreement is very specific, so that none of it can be misinterpreted.



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On September 27, police responded to a call on the city's east side. 65-year-old Maria Rizutto was attacked by a young woman and her purse was taken from her. After investigating, police arrested Dakota, a 17-year-old female.?Dakota has been arrested 3 times before on minor theft charges. She has no history of drug use, but does associate with people who are known drug users and dealers.

 


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