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community service

voluntary work, intended to be for the common good, usually done as part of an organized scheme
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Though Ogunrin noted that Oyo courts were only gradually giving community service punishment as sentences, she said many offenders were found ineligible for community service due to their inability to provide a guarantor.
The Premier and Community Services Minister Simone McGurk had an open discussion with the sector about what the Government's commitments are for supporting communities and what opportunities there are to collaborate.
Willful refusal to follow the judgment is absenteeism from community service without valid reasons more than two times during a week, violation of the order and conditions of execution of community service more than two times, failure to comply with a court order within the prescribed period.
Jerry said community service is good for the community, good for the image of the law school, and also helps to build a community within the college of law itself.
Mistreating pets, eating or drinking in public during Ramadan, violating the car window tint rule and other such minor offences will be punishable by up to 240 hours of community service under a new law.
Uniformed but unarmed, community service officers can take reports on minor and nonemergency crimes, answer phones, issue parking citations and direct traffic at crash scenes and special events.
The core curriculum, including Understanding at Home and Abroad, requires that students have sustained involvement in community service.
She has earned 162 national and council awards and completed 1,592 hours of community service.
Community service at DWU has its origin in the University's Charter.
In Maryland, it's even the law--a high-school student must log 75 hours of community service in order to graduate.
FMI applauds all of the finalists for their dedication and excellence in customer and community service.
The Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) Division of Parole Services has developed a community service program for some of its noncompliant offenders.

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