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Community service options are also available for locations outside of Georgia. When you sign up with CS101 you will be contacted by one of our Community Service helpers who will provide more instructions on your options and help you to get everything done as quickly and easily as possible. Court Ordered Community Service support helps to complete your hours.
Questions.. Although we would like to help everyone with Court Ordered Community Service Options, there are thousands of people currently struggling to find court ordered community service worksites and we just cannot respond to individual questions unless you have registered with us and paid for our program. Please review our list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ Court Ordered Community Service, GA, Georgia) first and if you cannot find your answer there please sign up for one of our programs and we can then provide help with all your community service questions. You can also review our home pages for more community service answers.
Email and Text..We use email and or text messages to send out info on community service. You will receive an email when you purchase our program. Please be sure to respond back to this email and include your contact information as well as details about your case. We will make a file for you and any information you provide will allow us to help you find community service hours. Also include your cell phone number for text if available. You will need a reliable email account to send and receive all your Community Service assignments. We would suggest a gmail account. Be sure to write down your account name and password and check your email for new assignments daily for your Court Ordered Community Service.
Many courts in Georgia will mandate community service as a part of a sentence. Your lawyer might also request that the court permit you to perform community service instead of paying court fines if you are unable to afford the fines. Many non-profit organizations will accept court mandated volunteers but for safety, security, and liability reasons some worksites will not accept those with felony convictions or defendants who have committed violent crimes.
Getting started with community service in Georgia..
Before you begin working hours for court ordered community service, you should first make sure that the organization is approved by your court. Some courts will not permit community service at your school or church while others freely allow it. Your probation officer should be able to confirm that the 501 c(3) non-profit organization, that you have selected will meet your sentencing obligations.
You will need to make sure that you maintain good records of every date and hour worked. You should also make sure that you sign in and out on the agency?s work log sheet if they provide one or our community service timesheet if the worksite does not have a timesheet.
Be prepared to provide proof of your identity as well as papers to document what you have been convicted of. Some organizations will also require you to complete an application, a volunteer orientation, a test or sometimes even a health screening test for tuberculosis or other infectious diseases.
Where in Georgia can I do my court appointed community service?.. Finding a place to volunteer is not as easy as it might seem. If you are a juvenile, it can become even harder. Contact us by signing up for our program above and we will help you get started with Court Ordered Community Service in Georgia.