Tue 15 July 2008, The Independent

Meet your victim – can criminals ever be shocked out of a life of law-breaking?

By Nigel Morris and David Usborne
The first time Will Riley laid eyes on Peter Woolf was when he caught him burgling his home. The next was two months later in a prison room where Woolf was forced to face up to his actions, and the impact they had on Mr Riley.
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