It incorporates a strong human rights analysis that emphasizes the factors of race and class in the over-incarceration of people. Offenders are assigned to non-profit or tax-supported agencies where the work performed serves public needs.
CSC also provides information, referrals to possible funding sources, and acts as a liaison to RJ practitioners, partners and community organizations. The Correctional Service of Canada CSC has been advancing work in three principle areas: creating opportunities for victims, offenders, and community members; developing restorative correctional environments; and fostering criminal justice reform.
Give attention to the unintended consequences of our actions and programs. Focus on the harms of wrongdoing more than the rules that have been broken.
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This year, CSC challenges you to initiate the proclamation process, using the tools available on our website, by contacting your municipality. Restorative Justice holds the offender accountable and provides a means for them to repay their debt to the victim and the community.
Restorative Justice is a philosophy and a social movement which provides an entirely different way of thinking about crime and victimization.