Jon Wilson has published articles on a range of justice topics, including victim offender dialogue and victim-centered restorative justice.
- Real Justice. Hope magazine, Fall 1999.
A growing movement is bringing offenders face-to-face with their victims — and possibly preventing future crimes.
- Crying for Justice. Hope magazine, Winter 2000.
How a Texas program offers victims of crime extraordinary opportunities to meet with their offenders, inspiring new definitions of accountability and new possibilities for healing.
- Sharing Secrets. Hope magazine, November/December 2003.
We all long to be heard, but how good are we at listening?
- Victim-Centered Restorative Justice: An Essential Distinction
(from Crime Victims Report, September/October 2005)
When we insist on a victim-centered restorative justice distinction, the promise of this approach for healing and justice and accountability returns. The philosophy finally becomes properly anchored again.
- A Need to Be Heard: Victim-Centered VOD in Father-Daughter Incest Cases
by Jon Wilson (from Crime Victims Report, Vol. 12, Number 2, May/June, 2008)
Among providers of counseling services for victims/survivors of violence and violation, some believe that facilitated victim offender dialogue (VOD) in father-daughter incest cases is not a good idea. For those who have worked with survivors of such betrayal, violation, and victimization, their caution is understandable.
- A New Name for Hate Crimes. Hope magazine, Nov/Dec 1998.
- Peace and Justice. Hope magazine, Fall 1999.
- The Execution of Justice. Hope magazine, Spring 2001.