The Restorative Justice Service is proud to announce that we have achieved Registered Restorative Justice Service Provider Status from the Restorative Justice Council (RJC) for the 7th Consecutive year.
The RJC is the membership body that sets the standards for Restorative Justice in the UK and provides quality assurance for restorative practice.
“I would like to congratulate Calm Mediation and their Registered Practitioners on this achievement. Being awarded Registered Status demonstrates the team are facilitating high quality, safe and effective restorative practice. Those considering accessing restorative justice can be confident that they will be supported by highly skilled practitioners.”Jim Simon, RJC Chief Executive
We would like to congratulate those Facilitators who achieved Registered Practitioner status: Janet Clark; Victoria Bean; Penny Coase; Letitia Stenning; Kate Sumpter; Mary Gibson; Bini Slingsby; Karen Anderson; Patricia Campbell and Jane Harris, and extend our heartfelt thanks to all our Facilitators. Their hard work and dedication have been instrumental in enabling us to maintain our high standards and recognition from the RJC.
“As the commissioned RJ Service for London, Calm Mediation are very proud to be recognised by the RJC for our commitment to providing safe, high quality restorative services, underpinned by robust policies and procedures. This reflects the commitment of the RJ Team, Senior Management and Trustees to provide quality of service across the organisation.”Julie Clark, RJ Service Manager, Calm Mediation
We would also like to thank our partners and supporters who have helped us to deliver our services to those in need; RJ Council, London Victim and Witness Service, The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), The Metropolitan Police Service, and The National Probation Service. Their support has been invaluable, and we are grateful for the ongoing collaboration and partnership.
At Calm Mediation, we are committed to delivering restorative justice services that make a positive difference to the lives of those affected by crime and conflict.
Together, we restore, one conversation at a time.