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Probation and Aftercare Service is a Government Department under the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government. The Department forms part of the Criminal Justice System in Kenya and is charged with the responsibility of generating advisory reports to courts and penal organs for purposes of bail, sentencing and pre-release decision making. It is also responsible for supervision, rehabilitation and reintegration of offenders serving non-custodial sentences in the community. Browse more pages to know more about us and know what we do.

News & Events

PS Correctional Services tours Probation Headquarters

Article 2 2018 2The Principal Secretary State Department of Correctional Services, Amb. Dr. Richard Titus EKAI, CBS, on 9th February 2018 made an official visit to the Probation and Aftercare Service Headquarters accompanied by Ms Clare Omollo Secretary Administration and Mr. Wilfred Amollo Human Resource Management and Development. During the visit, the Principal Secretary met with senior management to discuss the government’s development agenda for the next five years. In his address to managers, he expressed his optimism on the potential of the department in propelling the government agenda further but articulated his concerns on public awareness on the services provided and function of the department. He inspired those present to continue delivering the department’s mandate and insisted on fairness in service delivery.

Chief Justice visits Siaya Probation Female Hostel

Article 3 2018The Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court of Kenya, Hon. Justice David K. Maraga, EGH, on 13th February 2018, after attending the Siaya Court Users Committee, paid a courtesy call to the Siaya Female Probation Hostel which houses special needs female probationers. The Chief Justice, together with members of the Siaya Court Users, comprising of stakeholders in Kenya’s criminal justice system, toured the institution and interacted with probationers. During the visit, which was guided by the Institution’s Manager Ms Ojung’a, the Chief Justice appreciated the uniqueness of the institution in terms of the programmes and facilities provided to offenders serving non-custodial sentences. In his remarks after the exposure to the institution, the Chief Justice emphasised need of creating awareness among judges and magistrates on the programmes and facilities offered by the institution.

UNODC and Probation and Aftercare Service in Joint Project Partnership

Article 1 2018The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Regional Office for Eastern Africa together with the department of Probation and Aftercare Service launched a one year project whose aim is to help the government improve its capacity in addressing incidences of serious and violent crimes. The project activities will help boost the department’s capacity of handling such cases by way of developing resource documents and trainings.

The project has since enlisted the services of two consultants, Dr. Scholastica Omondi and Dr. Beneah Mutsotso to help develop two key service instruments. Dr. Omondi will spearhead the development of a policy framework and operational guidelines for supervision of accused persons released on bail. While Dr. Mutsotso will design and develop intensive supervision programme that includes an electronic monitoring component.

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Notices & Events

WORLD CONGRESS ON JUSTICE FOR CHILDREN

PRI, IAYFJM, CRIN, DCI, IGO- IFJ and UNESCO, are organizing the 2018 World Congress on Justice for Children at the UNESCO House in Paris-France from the 28th to 30th of May 2018. Under the title “Strengthening justice systems for children: Challenges, including disengagement from violent extremism”. For registration, please visit the congress website: www.j4c2018.org

 

Our Contacts

Probation and Aftercare Service Headquarters
Taifa Road, Reinsurance Plaza, 11th Floor
P. O. Box 42335-00100 GPO, Nairobi - Kenya.
Phone: +254-020-2652335, 020-2224016