عنوان مقاله [English]
Restorative justice as a model that has gained a special place in different systems alongside the traditional criminal justice model, has multiple goals including repairing the damage suffered by the victim, reconciliation between the victim and the criminal, and restoring the fragmented cohesion in the society. As a result, it follows the crime. Achieving the goals of restorative justice requires the existence of actors who, while familiar with the foundations and goals of restorative justice, also believe in its principles. Undoubtedly, the police, as one of the most important institutions responsible for responding to criminal phenomena and as the first institution referred by victims after a crime, plays an important role in the implementation of rehabilitation programs. The success of the police in this way requires changes in the structure and also a change in the attitude of the police. Changing the strategy from violent policies to participation-oriented criminal policies and also moving in the direction of community-oriented police model governance are among these requirements. On the other hand, the implementation of rehabilitation programs in the police organization requires the trust of the victims in the police as well as dignified behavior towards the victims. In the following article, descriptive-analytical method and library studies are used as work tools.