Day

February 6, 2020
The winner of the first Sierra Leone Correctional Service Beauty Pageant, 15th November 2019- Sia Kemba (from the Bo Correctional Centre) said her highest aspiration in life “is to make other people’s lives better”. Sia explained that she had always had the feeling that she would come out top of all the other nine contestants,...
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The Director General of the Sierra Leone Correctional Service- Mr. Jospeh Lamboi has encouraged inmates not to give up in life on account of their imprisonment. This inspiring speech was made on Thursday 6th February, 2020, while observing the “Black History Month Celebration” at the SLCS’ conference hall, former Special Courts Complex, Freetown. The day...
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  In the opening week of the year 2020, the Sierra Leone Correctional Service deployed Psychosocial- Counselling to six Corrections Facilities outside Freetown (Western Area Urban), with funds provided by the United Nations Development Programme and the International Bureau of Narcotics and Law Enforcement. The Centres to which the practice has been spilled include: Waterloo...
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  The University of Makeni (UniMak) “is currently conducting examinations” for inmates at the Makeni Correctional Centre, according to the Officer- in- Charge of the Centre, Superintendent Salieu Sulaiman Turay. It could be recalled that in October 2018, Unimak and the Sierra Leone Correctional Service (SLCS) signed a memorandum of understanding which enabled Unimak to...
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Fix Solution is set to implement inmates’ biometric registration in Waterloo, Port Loko, Kenema (male & female), Makeni (make & female), Sefadu, and Bo (male & female), Correctional Centres respectively, according to Rita Wright- Director of Admin and Operations Fix Solution. The data system management for inmates which is named: National Inmates Identity Management Systems...
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