Supportive Intermediary Restorative Practice

SIRP utilizes an intense remedy of shared communication approach, bench-marked against tried and tested traditional practices (such as aboriginal healing circle) that aims at developing a consensus between the parties (Delinquent and community (complainant, family, social group of extraction)) on:

  • Rectifying the harmful result of the offense by providing a better understanding of the problem
  • Exploring a non-individualists approach to all aspects of the issue.
  • Involving the contributions of all parties so they weigh in on the outcome.
  • Rehabilitating the Delinquent by guiding him or her to be remorseful on the seeming impact on the society

Instead of a jail sentence