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  • Author:
    Vivien Stern
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    International Centre for Prison Studies (May 30, 2002)
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    64 pages
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The Restorative Prison Project was launched in January 2000

The Restorative Prison Project was launched in January 2000. In the Project ICPS has set out to look afresh at the concepts which influence the use of imprisonment and to work with colleagues in the Prison Service to explore the viability of introducing restorative principles into the prison setting. The application of restorative principles, of giving prisoners the opportunity to do work for others, raises questions about what prisons are seeking to achieve and about how prisoners spend their time to prepare for resettlement in the community, to which all but a tiny minority will return sooner or later.

In January 2000 the International Centre for Prison Studies launched the Restorative Prison Project. It also covers the impact of the Trust’s work on the regime of the prisons with which it is associated.

We don’t waste prisoners’ time and we don’t waste bicycles. The impact of restorative work in prisons. ads/restorative justice 1. Zugegriffen: 1. Nov. 2015. Day, . Casey, . & Gerace, A. (2010). Interventions to improve empathy awareness in sexual and violent offenders: Conceptual, empirical, and clinical issues. We don’t waste prisoners’ time and we don’t waste bicycles. The impact of restorative work in prisons (S. 39–63).

We Don't Waste Prisoners' Time and We Don't Waste Bicycles. Prisons and Their Communities: Testing a New Approach.

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Don't waste your time with people who will ultimately destroy you, but concentrate instead on those who will appreciate your responsibility to them, and, likewise, feel responsible to you. Anton Szandor LaVey. Responsibility, People, Appreciate. Don't waste your time with explanations: people only hear what they want to hear. Life, Attitude, Positivity.

Our prison system actually increases recidivism. The issue isn’t that prisoners’ treatments and education in prison aren’t helpful

Our prison system actually increases recidivism. The issue isn’t that prisoners’ treatments and education in prison aren’t helpful. It is that our re-entry system is not a system. Unfortunately, time and again, we have decided as a society that we are going to place the majority of our funds into punitive based approaches thinking that people just wake up one day and decide to break the law. This is not how it works.

As human beings, we’re a culmination of so many different things, and we’ve been impacted by so many different things, he says.

Still, an unpublished pilot study with juvenile offenders at the detention center Camp Sweeney found that those who went through the IPP program had significant decreases in anger and increased pro-social self-appraisal after completing the program. As human beings, we’re a culmination of so many different things, and we’ve been impacted by so many different things, he says.