Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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pix4Officers from Trans Nzoia County participated in a Professional Training held on 22nd April 2013 at the County Headquarters.

The training was facilitated by Probation Department and sponsored by the Kenya National Association of Probation Officers (KNAPO).

Read more: Probation Professional Training at Kitale

pix3His Excellency the President Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, C.G.H on 7th February 2014 launched the Fifth wave of the Rapid Response Initiative 2014 at the KICC Grounds. In line with Vision 2030, the Government is committed to improve security in order to achieve the strategic aim of ‘a society free from danger and fear’.

It is expected that within 100 days, security in the country would have generally improved. Among the ten thematic areas to be embarked upon, Probation Department is expected to focus on the area of Crime Reduction. 

Read more: RRI 2014 Launch At KICC Grounds

pix1The Probation Support Staff underwent a workshop on Support Staff Performance Improvement. The training took place from 16th to 18th June 2014 at the Shanzu Probation Hostel in Mombasa. The workshop was officially opened by Josephta Mukobe, Principal Secretary, State Department of Coordination of National Government. In her opening remarks, the Principal Secretary urged the support staff, the engine of the organization, to stand out in their service.

Read more: Probation Support Staff Trained On Performance Improvement

pix2The Kiambu CSO Committee on 5th May 2014 launched the Keep Kiambu Clean Project in Kiambu town. The clean up exercise attracted various stakeholders such as the National Police Service, Kenya Prison Service, and the Kiambu County Political Leadership among many members of the public.

The campaign saw the clean up of the market place, drainage systems, dumping sites and the high ways. Government Officials together with CSO offenders and prisoners participated in the exercise which is scheduled to take place every 1st Monday of subsequent months. It is hoped that not only will offenders be reformed, but that the town will be kept clean and beautiful.

 

A carpentry tool kit is handed over to an offender during the Mariakani Case Committee. Offenders who live penal institutions most times come from poor economic backgrounds and do not have capital to put the skills or trades learnt in the institutions. Probation and Aftercare Service provides tool kits such as these to help them start off a new life in order to keep away from crime.

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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