The Community Service Program for the United States Probation Office in the Southern District of Florida is committed to maintaining a quality program that will be valued for its efficiency and integrity. We will serve the Court by appropriately referring, placing, and monitoring Court ordered defendants/offenders at participating agencies, which will benefit all participants, thus achieving a successful outcome.
Community Service is a non-salaried service by the offender for a set period of time to a civic or non-profit organization which may be ordered by the court as a condition of probation or supervised release.
Community Service is defined by our Court as a service provided by offenders to the community through civic or non-profit organizations. Pursuant to statutory provision, 18 U.S.C. Â§ 3563(b)(12), the Courts can order a defendant to â€œwork in community service as directed by the courtâ€�.
EXECUTE THE ORDERS OF THE COURT
CREATE A POSITIVE CHANGE IN THE COMMUNITY THROUGH VOLUNTEER SERVICE
RESTORE HOPE THROUGH SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY
PARTNER WITH ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE RESTORATION TO THE
COMMUNITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Through a shared common goal and mission of Community Service, we can improve our community for all to value and appreciate.
Sr. U.S. Probation Officer
Community Service Specialist
12900 S.W. 128 Street
Miami, FL 33186-6274
(305) 259-1309 - Office
(786) 269-3475 - Cellular
(305) 259-1359 - Fax