Community Corrections

Change Lives, Shape Futures Creating lasting change by breaking the cycle of re-offending, public safety is our bottom line. In the community, the majority of offenders in New Zealand are on probation, which means they are serving their sentence in the community rather than in prison. Over 30,000 offenders are serving community-based sentences at any given time, compared to 9,000 offenders in prison. If you are serving a community sentence or you have been released from prison on parole or with special conditions, you are on probation. Our Probation Officers work with people on probation to motivate them to make changes in their lives. This may include attending programmes to address violence, alcohol and drug abuse or driving offences. If appropriate, offenders can attend programmes that teach them about Maori culture and give them an opportunity to re-connect to their iwi. There is a strong focus on reducing the likelihood of their re-offending, and keeping the public safe.

Available Roles:
Literacy Tutor
Meremere, Te Kauwhata

Community Corrections
Tutoring | Both/Flexible

Help to increase the literacy skills, and therefore improve the futures, of men in the Springhill Correction Facility...

Art/Music Tutor
Te Kauwhata

Community Corrections
Art & Craft | Working Hours

Have you got creative art/craft or music skills that you'd like to share with others? Bringing these skills to our organisation enables others to gain a sense of satisfaction and achievement, have fun, relax, and develop hidden talents.

Art Tutor
Te Kauwhata

Community Corrections
Art & Craft | Both/Flexible

Would you like to help someone unlock their potential? Assist tane to explore and develop new skills through art mural design and painting at Spring Hill Corrections Facility.

ESOL Tutor
Te Kauwhata

Community Corrections
Tutoring | Working Hours

Looking for a confident person that is able to teach adults English as a second language

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