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Benefits of achieving the RSQM

The RSQM will have a wide range of benefits for services which hold it, as it provides developmental and self-reflection opportunities as well as a final assessment. These include: 

  • Service users receiving a better quality of service 
  • Demonstrating that evidence-based effective practice standards are met and maintained, enabling senior management to have confidence in the service they provide to the public 
  • Receiving external verification and independent recognition for the restorative work your agency undertakes
  • Enhanced organisational learning and continuous improvement through the RSQM process
  • Additional benefits for staff and volunteers from working in a restorative environment


Additional benefits provided by the RJC for RSQM services will be: 

  • Your service listed on the RJC online map as an RSQM service 
  • Use of the RJC RSQM logo on your own website, communications and promotional materials 
  • Free listing of all your supervised practitioners on the RJC Practitioner Register, the database of restorative practitioners 
  • Access to free RJC resources, including Best Practice Guidance for Restorative Practice (2011) and ‘How To’ guides
  • Access to telephone information from the RJC 
  • Quarterly copies of the RJC magazine, Resolution, and monthly e-bulletins for your staff 
  • Discounted entry for your staff to RJC events and workshops, and negotiated discounts on training and events of RJC partners
  • Access to specialist practitioner networks and forums within the RJC.