If your house had been burgled, can you imagine being offered the chance to come face to face with the person who did it?
That's what more than a hundred victims and offenders have been doing in the West Midlands. It's a new approach called restorative justice. The pilot scheme has worked so well, it could now be rolled out to other areas.
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