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Restorative Justice and Violence Against Women$
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James Ptacek

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780195335484

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: February 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195335484.001.0001

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Restorative Justice for Acquaintance Rape and Misdemeanor Sex Crimes

Restorative Justice for Acquaintance Rape and Misdemeanor Sex Crimes

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(p.218) 10 Restorative Justice for Acquaintance Rape and Misdemeanor Sex Crimes
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Restorative Justice and Violence Against Women
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Mary P. Koss

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195335484.003.0010

Chapter Abstract: Problems in the criminal justice system response to date-acquaintance rape and misdemeanor sex crimes include (a) they are erroneously viewed as minor; (b) perpetrators are not held accountable undermining deterrence; and (c) standard criminal justice practice traumatizes victims. RESTORE, a restorative justice-based alternative to civil and criminal process has been implemented in Pima County, Arizona USA. The program is described including step-by-step review of process from referral to completion. Jurisprudence critiques of applying restorative justice to sexual assault are examined. RESTORE adapted numerous alterations of standard conferencing practice to respond to concerns and create a victim-driven program. Conclusions appeal to advocates and policymakers to re-envision and enlarge the means to justice available for sex crimes.

Keywords:   restorative justice, sexual assault, rape, criminal justice, sex crimes, conferencing, alternative justice, feminism, civil justice, deterrence

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