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Key members of the team include


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Robin Lockhart

Robin takes the lead on Engagement and Restorative Practice. Robin is a fully qualified Youth & Community Development professional with many years experience as a Trainer and Practitioner. He currently specialises in Youth and Community Engagement projects operating in areas of acute need. He has recently been involved in Young People's projects in Haringey, Hackney, Newham, Barking and Dagenham, Camden, Islington and Lewisham. He also managed E13 Mix an award winning ‘Youth Led’ Youth Club in Plaistow, East London. Robin has been shortlisted for the 2016 Restorative Practitioner of the Year Award - results to be announced on 15.4.16...

Dr Tim Pascoe

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Tim takes the lead on evaluation and research. He has an international reputation in the areas of designing and managing out crime. He sits on various UK and European security standards boards, the Editorial Board of the Security Journal and the Advisory Board of the Design Against Crime Centre, University of the Arts London. He is an advisor to an All-Party Parliamentary Child and Youth Crime Group and a CABE Space Enabler. Tim specialises in carrying out qualitative and quantitative research and evaluation, investigating community issues, problems and providing solutions. He has led numerous evaluation projects that have investigated all aspects of community life. He is currently involved with projects dealing with gang related issues and violence with a number of London Local Authority Schools and units who deal with Young People who have been excluded from school.


Michael Kearns

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Michael is an accredited practitioner registered with the Restorative Justice Council. He takes the lead on restorative justice. Michael served with the Metropolitan Police Service in London (UK) for 31 years. Then in 2002 he re-trained as a teacher at Greenwich University and became a member of a Youth Offending Team in South London. As a response to new measures defined by the Home Office in 2002 he trained as a restorative justice facilitator and introduced restorative warnings and other restorative practices to deal with young offenders. Over the last six years Michael has built a reputation as one of the UK’s lead restorative practitioners. He has facilitated many restorative conferences and used restorative approaches in Youth Justice, School and Education settings. He has presented and facilitated workshops at a number of International Conferences including Canada, the USA and Hungary and became associated with a number of leading restorative practitioners internationally. Michael’s vision is to promote restorative practice in education, criminal justice, social care and in the workplace through effective practice and training. Michael’s research interest is in effective restorative practice and sharing it with others.


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Walati Singh

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Walati is an experienced facilitator, mediator and organisational consultant who has designed, delivered, and supported interventions in performance, management, leadership, diversity and equality. He has specialised in Community Safety with a focus on anti-social behaviour and Hate Crime. He believes in the use of the collective work and personal experiences of a wide range of key people who can make a difference, while co-operating and collaborating on a project. By creating a sense of ownership within a project while being sensitive to the political and cultural environment, positive changes can be made He has provided training and consultancy in Multi-agency and Partnership working, Forced Marriages, Honour Killings/Crimes, Mental Health First Aid and legislation in these areas. He has extensive experience working with victims and witnesses and perpetrators in civil and criminal cases across government and related organisations in the public, private and voluntary sectors undertaking programmes of judicial and social improvement.