Are you a victim of crime?

If the answer to that question is “yes”, you can take part in Restorative Justice. Restorative Justice enables victims to regain their confidence and peace of mind after a crime has taken place. Harm can be repaired and reparations can be made.

Why me? is here to help, by providing a direct service to victims in England and Wales. Get in touch to start the process, or to learn more.

Mel GiedroycMel Giedroyc,
Presenter of BBC TV Series,
“The Great British Bake-Off” and “The Gift”

It’s so exciting that Why me? are now going to offer any victim who wants it the chance to have Restorative Justice. I’ve been a great supporter of the Restorative Justice since I filmed the BBC TV series, “The Gift” earlier this year.

I saw how much potential it has to restore peace of mind and confidence in someone who has had their world turned upside down by a crime.

The people at Why me? have been campaigning for more Restorative Justice for six years and now they’ve got charitable funding to actually help victims directly. I really hope lots more people get the chance to look their offender in the eye, get answers to their questions and stop feeling afraid.

The work Why me? does with crime victims is funded entirely by voluntary donations.  To contribute, please click here Virgin Money

Why me? campaigns to promote restorative justice for the benefit of victims. We want face-to-face meetings to be available to all UK victims of crime.

Perhaps you’re here because you’ve been affected by a crime and are curious about Restorative Justice. Maybe you’ve been offered the chance to take part in it by the police or another criminal justice professional. Whatever the reason, we’re here to help you. If you are the victim of a crime and are interested in finding out about how you can take part in Restorative Justice, please contact us.

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