Justice Served

Dec. 20, 2017, 10:02 a.m.

Kaikohe Corrections showcase the community projects which offenders have contributed to during 2017, as part of their rehabilitation through work and living skills training

These projects range from cleaning up and maintaining various beach and reserve areas in Northland including Marae grounds, recycling materials to make shopping bags for supermarkets, and manufacturing planter boxes and vege gardens for kura, Marae and the homes of our Kaumatua, Kuia.

Part of the rehabilitation process provides opportunity to undergo drug and alcohol treatment programmes, literacy training, drivers license training, support with CV and interview skills, and a host of other training programmes to aid in securing sustainable employment.

 

Tags: #Haukāinga #Tehikutv #NgatiHine #justiceserved

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