The London Restorative Justice Service Steering Group provides strategic and operational direction to develop a co-ordinated, cohesive approach to developing and delivering the Service. This includes compliance with the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime [1], and adhering to the Restorative Justice Council standards.

The London Restorative Justice Service Steering Group provides strategic and operational direction to develop a co-ordinated, cohesive approach to developing and delivering the Service.

The User Scrutiny Panel is a group of individuals who have been victims of crime. The panel will continually evaluate and feedback on our progress. Taking a victim-centric approach, this group will share evidence and insights to enable continuous improvement. Our aim is to gain a 360-degree perspective from service users and partners across the network, in line with our vision and values.

The Innovation Lab ensures that R:L remains informed by the latest national and international research. We believe it's crucial to share new and best practice in RJ across the partner network, in order to offer and deliver a high-quality service to victims of crime in London. R:L will work with MOPAC's internal Evidence and Insight team to collect and analyse performance and outcomes data, so as to monitor and evaluate our service. The User Scrutiny Panel will contribute to monitoring and evaluation by scrutinising data on a regular basis, to ensure that we deliver a service that truly listens to the voice of the victim - responding to, and meeting the needs of victims as identified by them.