Review the RJ City case study at: http://www.rjcity.org/the-project/documents/Case%20Study%2030-10-09.pdf Reprinted, with permission, from www.rjcity.org (copyright 2007 Prison Fellowship International). Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper about restorative justice. Include the following in your paper: Explain the restorative justice process. Identify how the crime in the case study had effects that went beyond harm to the immediate victim. Describe how the restorative justice process differs from contemporary criminal justice processes. Reflect on how the restorative justice process benefitted David, Mildred, and the community. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Restorative Justice Process Name: Instructor: Date: Restorative Justice Process Restorative justice aims to correct the harm done by an offense committed to an individual or group of people. To achieve this, it needs the cooperation of the offender, the victim and their close allies. It is applied because most people do not want to use punishment and subjection to suffering as a way of preventing crime (Hart Publishing, 2013). Here is a case study of how two cases of David and Ed were handled through a restorative justice process and criminal proceedings respectively. In the case study, the crime was committed in the neighborhood. They felt it was unwise for them to just watch as one of them got harmed, and hence decided to solve the problem. There was much anxiety and fear, for example, the child who had concern