Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Custom Adv 1
The Community Service Orders (CSO) programme derives its mandate from the CSO Act and it is mainly geared towards offenders whose imprisonment sentences attract three (3) years and below.
It targets mainly non-serious offenders who pose no threat to themselves, the victim or the community.
Offenders placed on community service engage in un-paid public works for a specified period within the community.
The structure of the programme entails a combination of Judicial and Probation Officers where the Chairman of the National Community Service Orders Committee and of the National Executive Committee is a Judge of the High Court appointed by the Chief Justice.
The programme runs a Secretariat headed by the National Community Service Orders Coordinator who is a judicial officer, where Probation Officers are also referred to as Community Services Officers.  

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Probation and After Care Service Headquarters
A: Taifa Road, Reinsurance Plaza Building
P. O. Box 42335-00100 Nairobi, Kenya
P: +254-020-2652335/ 3311303 /2215658/ 2240057/ 2224016/ 722-104621/ 104623