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October 2020

Using Restorative Approaches to Address Intimate Partner Violence: A New York City Blueprint

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Survivors of intimate partner violence and their advocates have long searched for alternatives to the legal justice system. This report from the Center for Court Innovation outlines pathways for developing restorative and community-based approaches to intimate partner violence.
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November 2019

A National Portrait of Restorative Approaches to Intimate Partner Violence: Pathways to Safety, Accountability, Healing, and Well-Being

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This study from the Center for Court Innovation seeks to document how these restorative approaches are being applied to intimate partner violence across the country. It draws on a national survey of programs along with five in-depth cases studies based on follow-up site visits.