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TDCJ spokeswoman Michelle Lyons, in an emailed statement, said the agency's Victim-Offender Mediation program offers an opportunity for crime victims to meet with their perpetrators.
In face-to-face meetings between the victim and offender, support persons for victims and/or offenders (such as parents or friends) are often present; a 1999 survey of victim-offender mediation programs in the United States found that support persons, including parents in juvenile cases, were present in the majority of cases.
49) Around that time, one of Linda's students informed her about a victim-offender mediation program being developed in Texas.
An evaluation of three programs in Indiana and Ohio in 1985 found that those who went through a victim-offender mediation program were about as likely to be incarcerated, but the length of stay was substantially shorter.