Founded in 1998, CRJI aspires to build a tolerant, responsive, and inclusive community by providing restorative justice services to local areas.
There is no room in our society for the use of violence. CRJI offers assistance to individuals and families who are under threat from anti-peace-process armed groups or think they may be at risk. In such instances, CRJI endeavours to gain clarity on the nature of the threat, and can help individuals access services and assistance as required. CRJI can also help clients relocate when necessary or deal with the other implications of their situation.
Please note that CRJI has a duty of care to pass along any information disclosed to our offices related to criminal offenses or child protection issues to the relevant agencies.
WHAT TO DO
If you are currently under threat or think you may be at risk:
It is very important that you report this to the PSNI. If you do not feel comfortable reporting it yourself, we can contact them on your behalf.
You can also report the matter to NIACRO/Base 2.
The priority is that you remain safe. CRJI is able to provide intervention, clarification, and support services. We understand that this situation can provoke severe anxiety and distress. CRJI can connect you to various support services, including counselling and support programmes.