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References – restorative justice

A list of all the sources of information in this evidence briefing

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Restorative justice

Association of Chief Police Officers. (2011). Restorative justice guidance and minimum standards [internet]. [Accessed 12 July 2021]

Becker H. (2003). ‘Labelling theory’. In: Slattery M, ed. ‘Key ideas in sociology’. Cheltenham: Nelson Thornes. pp 134–139.

Braddock RA. (2011). ‘Rhetoric or restoration? A study into the restorative potential of the conditional cautioning scheme’. International Journal of Police Science & Management, 13(3), pp 195–210.

Braithwaite J. (1989). ‘Crime, shame and reintegration’. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.

Christie N. (1977). ‘Conflicts as property’. British Journal of Criminology, 17(1), pp 1–15.

Crown Prosecution Service. (2019). Restorative justice legal guidance [internet]. [Accessed 16 March 2020]

Harris N. (2001). ‘Shaming and shame: Regulating drink driving’. In: Ahmed E, Harris N, Braithwaite J and Braithwaite V, eds. ‘Shame management through reintegration’. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp 75–191.

HM Government. (2018). Victims strategy [internet]. [Accessed 10 July 2020]

Home Office. (2021). Reforms to the adult out of court disposals framework in the Police, Crime, Sentencing & Courts Bill: Equalities impact assessment [internet]. [Accessed 12 July 2021]

Hoyle C, Young R and Hill R. (2002). Proceed with caution: An evaluation of the Thames Valley police initiative in restorative cautioning [internet]. [Accessed 12 July 2021]

Littlechild B and Sender H. (2010). The introduction of restorative justice approaches in young people’s residential units: A critical evaluation [internet]. [Accessed 1 April 2020]

Marshall T. (1999). ‘Restorative justice: An overview’. London: Home Office.

Ministry of Justice. (2015). Code of practice for victims of crime [internet].[Accessed 10 July 2020]

National Police Chiefs’ Council. (2017). Charging and out of court disposals: A national strategy [internet]. [Accessed 12 July 2021]

Research Excellence Framework. (2014). Restorative justice research influences practitioners and shapes governments’ policy on victims and offenders’ rehabilitation [internet]. [Accessed 16 March 2020]

Restorative Justice Council. (2014). Restorative justice and policing information pack [internet]. [Accessed 1 April 2020]

Restorative Justice Council. (2015a). Restorative justice and the judiciary: Information pack [internet]. [Accessed 14 July 2021]

Restorative Justice Council. (2015b). Restorative justice in youth offending teams [internet]. [Accessed 1 April 2020]

Restorative Justice Council. (2016a). A guide to restorative justice for police and crime commissioner candidates [internet]. [Accessed 1 April 2020]

Restorative Justice Council. (2016b). Restorative justice and policing: What you need to know [internet]. [Accessed 13 July 2021]

Restorative Justice Council. (2016c). Restorative justice in custodial settings: information pack [internet]. [Accessed 19 July 2021]

Rossner M. (2011). ‘Emotions and interaction ritual: A micro analysis of restorative justice’. British Journal of Criminology, 51(1), pp 95–119.

Rossner M. (2017). ‘Restorative justice in the twenty first century: Making emotions mainstream’. In: Liebling A, Maruna S and McAra L, eds. ‘The Oxford handbook of criminology’. 4th ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp 967–989.

Rossner M. (2018). ‘Restorative justice and victims of crime: directions and developments’. In: Walklate S, ed. ‘Handbook of victims and victimology’. Abingdon: Routledge. pp 229–246.

Scheff TJ and Retzinger SM. (1991). ‘Emotions and violence: Shame and rage in destructive conflicts’. Lexington, Lexington, MA.

Sentencing Council. (n.d.). Types of sentences for children and young people [internet]. [Accessed 19 July 2021]

Shapland J and others. (2007). ‘Restorative justice: the views of victims and offenders: The third report from the evaluation of three schemes’. London: Ministry of Justice.

Shapland J and others. (2008). ‘Does restorative justice affect reconviction? The fourth report from the
evaluation of three schemes’. London: Ministry of Justice.

Sherman LW. (1993). ‘Defiance, deterrence, and irrelevance: A theory of the criminal sanction’. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 30(4), pp 445–473.

Sherman LW and Strang H. (2012). ‘Restorative justice as evidence-based sentencing’. In: Petersilia J and Reitz K, eds. ‘The Oxford handbook of sentencing and corrections’. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp 215–243.

Sherman LW and others. (2015). ‘Twelve experiments in restorative justice: The Jerry Lee program of randomized trials of restorative justice conferences’. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 11, pp 501–540.

Strang H. (2002). ‘Repair or revenge: Victims and restorative justice’. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Strang H and others. (2013). ‘Restorative justice conferencing (RJC) using face-to-face meetings of offenders and victims: Effects on offender recidivism and victim satisfaction. A systematic review’. Campbell Systematic Reviews, 9(1), pp 1–59.

Sykes GM and Matza D. (1957). ‘Techniques of neutralization: A theory of delinquency’. American Sociological Review, 22(6), pp 664–670.

Tyler TR. (2003). ‘Procedural justice, legitimacy, and the effective rule of law’. Crime and Justice 30, pp 283–357.

Walgrave L and Aertsen I. (1996). ‘Reintegrative shaming and restorative justice’. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 4(4), pp 67–85.

Wilcox A and Hoyle C. (2004). Restorative justice projects. The national evaluation of the Youth Justice Board’s Restorative Justice Projects [internet]. [Accessed 1 April 2020]

Wilcox A, Young R and Hoyle C. (2004). Two-year resanctioning study: A comparison of restorative and traditional cautions [internet]. [Accessed 12 July 2021]

Young R and Hoyle C. (2013). ‘Restorative justice and punishment’. In: McConville S, ed. ‘The use of punishment’. Tavistock: Routledge. pp 199–234.

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