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Taxonomy Code: FF-0500.1300

Programs that hold adult and juvenile offenders accountable for their crimes by having them spend a specified number of hours serving the community or crime victims through uncompensated work in lieu of a fine, restitution or jail. Community work service (CSW) may also be ordered as a condition of probation by the court as a sanction, or it may be stipulated as a condition of diversion. Offenders can work alone and provide service for churches, hospitals, nursing homes, cities, townships, schools, county departments and other public and nonprofit organizations; or can participate in a closely supervised work crew on projects such as picking up litter on highways or in parks. CSW is usually arranged and monitored through a corrections agency, but work assignments and supervision at the work site are normally the responsibility of a community organization such as a local volunteer center or a public agency.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
NASSAU COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMProvides a cost effective, safe and viable sentencing alternative for individuals 16 years of age and older who are willing, physically and mentally capable of making reparation for their quality of life offenses through their performance of community service. Staff conduct intakes, matches individuals to appropriate work sites, monitors individuals throughout their assignment, and reports outcomes.NassauNASSAU COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMEAC NETWORK
PROBATION COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMOffers and alternative to incarceration for both juveniles and adults. Participants are referred from the Suffolk County Courts and must complete court mandated community service hours as restitution. Not for profit agencies serve as placement sites for individuals placed in the program. Juvenile participants are 14-16 years old. Adult participants are 16 years and older.SuffolkPROBATION COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMEAC NETWORK
SUFFOLK COUNTY PRE-PLEA COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMOffers individuals 16 years of age and older a cost effective, safe and viable sentencing alternative for committing a quality of life offense in Suffolk County. Individuals are referred from District Court with an assigned amount of community service hours to complete.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY PRE-PLEA COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMEAC NETWORK

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