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How to Put the Community in Community-Based Justice: Some Views of Participants in Criminal Court Diversion

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Two post-charge criminal court diversion projects were recently launched in Toronto, Canada. Individuals charged with criminal offences who meet strict criteria are diverted from the criminal process in exchange for performing a community sanction. Under this model, direct community involvement is critical to ‘success’. This study is an evaluation of these projects, combining file data with the results of interviews with the main participants. Results suggest that the projects are highly successful, and that involved communities are highly supportive of the current form and structure of post-charge diversion.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Associate Professor of Justice Studies, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

Publication date: 2004-05-01

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