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Adversarial justice systems start with what law is broken, who broke it, and how to punish the offender. Restorative justice policies ask what harm was do

Adversarial justice systems start with what law is broken, who broke it, and how to punish the offender. Restorative justice policies ask what harm was done, how to repair the harm, and who’s responsible for repairing the harm. How do we incorporate restorative justice policies into resolving the issues of our young people in the home, schools, the community, and the juvenile system? Be specific.  

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