About the restorative justice
The Restorative Justice Council (RJC) promotes quality restorative justice for everyone. As an independent charity, its role is to set standards and raise awareness of restorative justice with the public and those working in the criminal justice sector. The RJC has developed this resource to help victims of crime access restorative justice. You can search the database using your postcode and it will provide you with contact details for organisations in your area. They should be able to help you access restorative justice or put you into contact with someone who can.
The organisations listed on this website are not all members of the RJC and therefore do not necessarily adhere to RJC standards. Those members who hold the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) have demonstrated that they meet our national standards. The RSQM logo is displayed alongside these services. The RJC cannot guarantee the quality of the services who do not display this quality mark.
There is much more information on restorative justice, what it involves and how to access it on the RJC's website. We recommend that you visit this site before contacting an organisation.