Membership

Membership benefits

Professional services

  • Maintaining professional standards as per the code of ethics
  • Giving guidance on matters touching the probation profession
  • Sponsorship to courses and training on offer
  • Recognition of good performance

Welfare services

  • Ensuring safety of members at the work place
  • Sitting in disciplinary committees to ensure members receive a fair hearing
  • Humanitarian assistance to members affected by natural disasters, clashes and other humanitarian crises
  • Accidents, injuries and illness compensation up to a sum of kshs. 5,000 upon production of police abstract, treatment notes, supervising official letter and branch official's letter for consideration by NEC
  • Death and funeral expenses for members, that is, obituary advertising costs for 6.5 x 2 colour photograph on a national newsprint media, and Kshs. 30,000 to registered next of kin. (See Downloads for next of kin form).

Corporate

Categories of corporate membership

a) Organizations and institutions working in the field of offender management

b) Institutions of learning such as universities, schools, colleges engaged in studying and furtherance of community correction practices

c) Donor agencies


Application for corporate membership

To apply for membership, corporates are required to make a formal request in writing and pay registration fees for the category of membership to which the application is being made. (See Downloads for membership application forms).


Membership fees

Local (Kenyan) corporate membership will be required to pay registration fees of Kshs. 5,000/- thereafter an annual fee of Kshs. 10,000/- shall be remitted.

Donor agencies in Kenya will not be required to pay registration fees, but will be required to pay annual subscription fees of USD 3,000

Regional (East African) Corporate Membership will be required to pay registration fees of USD 100, thereafter pay an annual subscription fee of USD 250

International corporate membership will be required to pay registration fees of USD 200, thereafter pay an annual subscription fee of USD 500

 

Individual

Categories of individual membership

Individual membership comprises of:

a) Serving Probation Officers

b) Honorably retired/ resigned Probation Officers

c) Students

d) Honorary members


 

Application for individual membership

To enroll for membership, individuals are required to make a formal request in writing and pay registration fees for the category of membership to which they are making the application. (See Downloads for membership application forms).


Membership fees

Serving Probation Officers will be required to pay registration fees of Kshs. 400 thereafter make contributions of Kshs. 400 per month or Kshs. 4,800 per year.

Students will be required to pay registration fees of Kshs. 100 thereafter make contributions of Kshs. 100 per month or Kshs. 1,200 per year.

Honorary members who have rendered distinguished service to probation practice/ retired Probation Officers will not be required to pay registration fees. However, contributions of Kshs. 100 per month or Kshs. 1,200 per year should be made.