Crime Prevention is defined as strategies and measures that seek to reduce the risk of crimes occurring, and their potential harmful effects on individuals and society, including fear of crime, by intervening to influence their multiple causes. 

Restorative Justice is a way of responding to criminal behaviour by balancing the needs of the community, the victims and the offenders. It encourages the offender to take responsibility for their actions and make amends.

The Branch itself has an executive director, four assistant directors and a manager for the five sections which are crime prevention, restorative justice, community engagement, community justice service center and monitoring and reporting with their respective officers. 


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