Research + Projects

Restorative Justice Practices TAC

The CIJ has been commissioned by the TAC to design and pilot a model of Restorative Justice practices that would add to the suite of options available to meet the complex needs of supported recovery clients.

The Transport Accident Commission has commissioned the Centre to design and pilot a model of Restorative Justice practices that would add to the suite of options available to meet the complex needs of supported recovery clients, improve their satisfaction with the TAC and help them to get their lives back on track.

The project will be completed in two stages.  Stage 1 will involve the design of the model, Stage 2 will be a two-year trial of the proposed model and subsequent evaluation.

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Key People

Stan Winford

Stan Winford

Associate Director of Research, Innovation & Reform

Stan is a legal and justice system expert with experience in innovation and reform, including user centred design and applications for restorative and therapeutic justice in criminal and civil law.

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Mary Polis