Community Service Order (CSO) is one of the non-custodial sentencing options utilised by the Courts. This option is granted mostly to non-violent offenders who are required to do between 40 and 360 hours of unpaid community work and, possibly, up to 480 hours, if given consecutive or concurrent sentences. The programme facilitates workshops for stakeholders and clients.Some work projects that the clients can be involved in include:
- Maintenance of public buildings
- Landscaping of public spaces
- Repairs of school furniture
- Tiling and plumbing
- Painting of murals on public buildings.