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Singapore Government

Policies

Learn about our policies and stance on issues/topics such as adoption, marriages, divorces, singles, child care & education, abuse and violence, elderly & ageing.

Policies

  • Probation Core Programmes

    Certain programmes are considered essential and beneficial for the probationer and his / her parents and all parties will be required to attend these programmes.
  • Probation Core Programmes

    Certain programmes are considered essential and beneficial for the probationer and his / her parents and all parties will be required to attend these programmes.
  • Probation Process

    Flow chart of the probation process. The probation period can last between six months to three years.
  • Volunteer Probation Officer Scheme

    Started in June 1971, the Volunteer Probation Officer Scheme seeks to promote volunteer participation and community awareness in the rehabilitation of offenders under MSF’ purview.
  • Periodic Training Order

    The Youth Court can impose a Periodic Training Order (PTO) as a condition of Probation.
  • Detention Order

    A juvenile may be placed under Detention. The Juvenile Court could impose that the juvenile undergoes a Detention Order before a Probation Order.
  • Detention Order

    A juvenile may be placed under Detention. The Juvenile Court could impose that the juvenile undergoes a Detention Order before a Probation Order.
  • Other Court-Ordered Options or Conditions

    Community Service Order, Weekend Detention Order and Periodic Training Order are other options available to the Court.
  • Other Court-Ordered Options or Conditions

    Community Service Order, Weekend Detention Order and Periodic Training Order are other options available to the Court.
  • The Community Chest

    The Community Chest functions as a centralised fund-raising arm of NCSS. In 2007, it raised $52 million to serve more than 310,000 people supported by 147 programmes under 57 charities.