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Balanced and Restorative Justice Project (BARJ)
(NCJ 251650) July 1996
Fact Sheet, 2 page(s)
Peter Freivalds
This fact sheet explains the balanced and restorative justice model, which underscores the importance of the victim (individual or community) in the justice process and requires the offender to actively pursue restoration of the victim by paying restitution or performing community service, or both.