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Community Service Work Sites Wanted for Court-Ordered Volunteer Placements

Posted on Jul 7, 2014 in Press Releases

Wailuku, Maui – The Hawaii State Judiciary is seeking to expand the number of work sites available to offenders in Maui County who are ordered by the courts to perform community service. The Judiciary’s Community Service Sentencing Program places juvenile and adult offenders with non-profit and /or tax-supported community organizations to complete volunteer work hours.

As a participating work site, your organization will provide a valuable service by helping hold offenders accountable for their actions and providing them with the opportunity to give back to the community in the form of “symbolic restitution.” Community service as a sentencing alternative is a positive “win-win” for both the offender and our community.

If your organization needs help with office work, building and outdoor maintenance or other tasks, and would like to help offenders repay his or her debt to society, please call the Judiciary’s Special Services Branch at (808) 244-2729.

For more information, contact the Communications and Community Relations Office at 808-539-4909 or via email at

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