Professor Shannon Sliva discusses restorative justice and how it is used in cases of property crime. Restorative justice is a philosophy that views crime as a harm that needs to be repaired. Sliva discusses using restorative justice for nonviolent offenses, research in the field, and the public impact of her own research.
Shannon Sliva Discusses Property Crime
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