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every outcome except for satisfaction with outcome. In no
case did court perform better than restorative justice.
Rather, restorative justice always held an advantage.”
Poulson concluded,
“The data in this review were
consistently favorable to restorative justice when compared
to adjudication. If outcomes such as fairness, accountability,
satisfaction, contrition and forgiveness, emotional well-
being, and feelings of safety are important, then restorative
justice is the clear choice.”
(Poulson, Barton (2003).
A Third Voice: A Review of Empirical
Research on the Psychological Outcomes of
Restorative
Justice
Utah Law Review. 2003(1): 167-203. University of
Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law. )
James Madison University offers one example of a campus
model for incorporating restorative justice and other
restorative practices into student judicial processes. (See
jmu.edu/judicial/restorative
)
Written by Melanie G. Snyder, Restorative Justice
Practitioner and author of
Grace Goes to Prison: An Inspiring
Story of Hope and Humanity
CONSIDERING MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES IN ACADEMIC
INTEGRITY CASES
Role of the Faculty
Academic integrity violations can sometimes be
manifestations or symptoms of underlying emotional or