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Wagland, Paul and Moore, Elizabeth and Blanch, Bianca (2013). Participant satisfaction with Youth Justice Conferencing. Crime and Justice Bulletin. Number 170.

The results of this study suggest that offender and victim satisfaction is high immediately following a YJC. Even 4 months after a YJC, victim satisfaction with most aspects of conferencing remains high. Satisfaction levels may be increased still further if, at some point prior to the end of the statutory time-period for completing the plan, victims were provided with feedback about the offender’s progress towards completing the outcome plan. Further research also needs to be conducted comparing victim satisfaction following a conference with victim satisfaction following a court appearance. (excerpt)


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