Friday, January 24, 2020

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Probation and Aftercare Service on 5th December 2019 took part in the International Volunteer Day (IVD) celebrations in Nairobi. The volunteer festival, which was themed ‘Volunteer for an inclusive future’ drew participation from the National Government, Counties and Non-Governmental Volunteer Agencies.

Read more: PROBATION SERVICE PARTICIPATES IN INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER DAY - 2019

Probation and Aftercare Service held a National Workshop to develop the PACS Data Collection System from 4th to 7th November 2019 in Naivasha, Nakuru County. The workshop, which was the first of its kind in the region was aimed at developing a comprehensive framework based on the International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS) for capturing data and statistics on crime and criminal justice.

Read more: NATIONAL PACS DATA COLLECTION SYSTEM WORKSHOP

The Public Service Commission has advertised one thousand posts for the recruitment of new Probation Officers. This drive to recruit additional officers has been very well welcomed by the department of Probation and Aftercare Service. It comes at a time when the department has been facing staffing gaps arising from new and increased roles, mandates, and increased demand for existing services.

The new officers will enhance the department’s capacity in meeting its strategic directions of a just, safe, secure and crime-free society. Members of the public who meet the required qualifications are encouraged to apply for the posts via the commission’s website, www.publicservice.go.ke or www.psckjobs.go.ke

Section 40A (2) of the Prevention of Terrorism Act was amended vide Statute Law Miscellaneous Amendment Act No. 12 of 2019 to expand the membership of the Counter-Terrorism Centre to include in paragraph (j) "Probation and Aftercare Services Department"

Read more: AMENDMENTS TO THE LAW

Probation and Aftercare Service has been facilitating the exercise of reviewing prisoners’ sentences to help reduce the penal population of already congested prisons. The exercise which targets ten thousand inmates, has seen the engagement of Probation Officers countrywide in preparation of Sentence Review Reports and in supervision of offenders whose sentences have been reviewed. The exercise, which is a proactive measure, is set to create relief in many penal facilities. At the onset, many penal institutions were overcrowded by petty and non-

Read more: PROBATION PARTICIPATES IN REVIEW OF SENTENCES TO DE-CONGEST PRISONS

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