Janika Cartwright was attacked by her boyfriend Leon Harrison while she sat in her car outside a Stirchley gym in 2013. She was stabbed eight times including through her heart. Because she was pregnant and had her 9-month-old baby on … Continue reading →
Students at Finham Park School have produced this video to show the effect that RJ has had upon the school. It’s premier showing was at the Coventry RJ Conference in November 2018.
At a meeting of the West Midlands Strategic Policing and Crime Board, Philip Brown asked the following questions on behalf of the Coventry Restorative Justice Forum. A video of the questions and answers can be found here. A webcast of the … Continue reading →
In 2014, when she was 19, Steph was attacked in a bank by Ian who was dressed all in black. In order to force the clerks to give him money, Ian held Steph hostage, threatening to cut off her feet with … Continue reading →
This video sets out the circumstances around a case study that actually happened in Sheffield. The victims form part of the video and the reconstruction is acted out by police cadets from South Yorkshire Police.
Peter Woolf was a prolific offender, ensconced in a world of violence and depravity, who, by his own reckoning committed about 20,000 crimes. Then he burgled a house, fought with his victim and ended up in prison yet again. This … Continue reading →
Why me? made this film to help victims of crime decide whether they’d like to take part in Restorative Justice. It is a sequel to “The Woolf Within” in that Peter Woolf updates us on what he’s been doing for the … Continue reading →
The video below shows a shortened account of a Restorative Justice Meeting. It was produced by Why me? and the Restorative Justice Council, with support from Restorative Solutions and The Funding Network. There is a longer version of the film … Continue reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUyzjeOrwnw The RJC and Why me? have co-produced Recovering from crime – restorative justice in action, a new film providing an insight into what a real restorative justice conference looks like.
After leaving an abusive relationship, Emma was abducted and raped by her former partner. Here, she talks about how restorative justice helped her to regain control and rebuild her life after the attack. Video produced by the Restorative Justice Council.