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New FORM FOUR and Above Jobs Jeshi la Magereza Tanzania | New Job Vacancies at Tanzania Prison Force January, 2023

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New Government Job Opportunities at Tanzania Prison Force January, 2023

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Tanzania Prison Force Jobs January, 2023 | AJIRA MPYA JESHI LA MAGEREZA TANZANIA 2023 | NAFASI MPYA ZA KAZI MAGEREZA TANZANIA 2023

New Job Opportunities at Jeshi La Magereza Ajira 2023. After the independence of mainland Tanzania, the Prisons Service continued to be led by the British Commissioner of Prisons, Mr. Patric. Manley until 1962 when the Army began to be led by patriots.
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Job Opportunities At Jeshi La Magereza Ajira 2023 In that context, the Commissioner General of Prisons, Major General  Mzee Ramadhan Nyamka announces job vacancies to join Prison Army for the year 2023 for those with a Form Four education and those with various professions / skills as outlined in this advert.
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The following below are the job opportunities at Tanzania Prison Force | Nafasi Za Kazi Jeshi la Magereza Tanzania. For more information please follow the link below.....

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HISTORY OF TANZANIA MAINLAND PRISON ARMY
1.0. Introduction
The Prison Army was officially established on August 25, 1931 after the division of the Police and Prison forces occurred. Despite having duties to protect the safety and property of foreigners, before 1931 the Police Force also performed the functions of Prisons as they were according to the interpretation and purpose of the colonists. The Prison Service when it was established was called the Prison Department where its activities remained the colonial ones of torture of prisoners and hard work regardless of whether it is beneficial for them or for the Nation.

2.0 Vision and responsibility of the Prison Service
The Prison Service in the 1990s established its mission and responsibility based on the various changes that occurred. The mission of the Prison Service is to be a highly specialized correctional force operating in accordance with national and international regulations and standards.

The responsibility of the Prison Service is to carry out the duty properly in strengthening the protection of society through the management of imprisonment and managing criminals, prisoner services, programs and services address the needs of the rehabilitation of criminals and Policy advice on crime prevention and handling of criminals.

By keeping prisoners in a safe environment, the Prison Service aims to protect society from criminals and thus enable it to fully participate in various production activities for economic and social development.

In addition, through the provision of rehabilitation and training programs for production and protection activities, the Prison Service intends to enable criminals to abandon criminal behavior in Prisons and when they return to society after serving their sentences, live a life that complies with the laws of the country.

3.0 Roles and objectives of the Prison Service
The responsibilities of the Prison Service are to contribute to bringing, developing and maintaining community safety in the country by doing the following:-
• To keep all types of prisoners who are kept under legal custody in prisons.
• Prepare and implement programs for the rehabilitation of criminals and teach criminals productive activities and various skills through practical and counseling methods.
• Conduct activities and services of suspects (Prisoners) in accordance with the law.
• Contribute to advice on crime prevention and control and offender rehabilitation.

By keeping prisoners in a safe environment, the Prison Service aims to protect society from criminals and thus enable it to fully participate in various production activities for economic and social development.

In addition, through the provision of rehabilitation and training programs for production and protection activities, the Prison Service intends to enable criminals to abandon criminal behavior in Prisons and when they return to society after serving their sentences, live a life that complies with the laws of the country.

4.0 Various Laws and Regulations used in the operation of the Prison Service.
• Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, 1977
(The Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, 1977);
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• Prison Law No. 34 of 1968
(The Prisons Act, No. 34 of 1967);
• Foreign Detention Rules, 1968
(The Prisons (Extra Mural Employment Regulations, 1968);
• Prison Offenses Rules, 1968
(The Prisons (Prison Offences) Regulations, 1968);
• Prisons Operation Rules, 1968
(The Prisons (Prison Management) Regulations, 1968;
• Rules for the use of Handcuffs, 1968
(The Prison (Restraint of Prisoners Regulations. 1968;
• Parole Boards Act, 1994
(The Parole Boards Act, 1994;
• Parole Boards Regulations, 1997
(The Parole Boards Regulations, 1997;
• Transfer of Prisoners Act, 2004
(The Transfer of Prisoners Act, 2004;
• Rules for the transfer of prisoners, 2004
(The Transfer of Prisoners Regulations, 2004;
• Human Rights and Good Governance Commission Act, 2001
(The Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance, Act, 2001;
• The Law of the Service Commission of the Police Force and the Prison Force. 1990
(The Police Force and Prisons Service Commission Act, 1990;
• Children and Youth Act of 1937, chapter 13
(The Children and Young Persons Ordinance 1937 (Chapter 13 of the Revised Laws);
• Children and Youth (Educational Schools) Regulations of 1945
(The Children and Young Persons (Approved School) Annual Holiday) Rules, 1945);
• Probation of Offenders Act of 1947, Chapter 247
(The Probation of Offenders Ordinance, 1947 (Chapter 247 of the Revised Laws);
• The Refugee Act of the Year, 1998
(The Refugees Act, 1998);
• Promulgation of Probation of Offenders Act, 1950 – 1961
(The Probation of Offenders Proclamations, 1950 - 1961);
• The Minimum Penalties for Criminal Offenses Act of 1972
(The Minimum Sentences Act, 1972);
• Community Services Act, 2002
(The Community Service Regulations, 2002);
• Law on the Service of the Prison Service in 1997
(The Prisons ServIce Regulations, 1997);
• Public Service Law of 2002
(The Public Service Act, 2002);
• Standing Rules of the Prison Service, 4th Edition of 2003
(Prison Standing Prisoners (4th Edition 2003).

PRISON SERVICES
1. Introduction

The basic responsibilities of the Prison Service are to receive and keep in prison all people who are brought to prison in accordance with the laws of the country and run various programs aimed at rehabilitating convicted prisoners so that they can finally leave prison as good citizens. In carrying out these duties, the Prison Service is responsible for following and respecting all the laws of the country as well as various international laws concerning human rights.

The purpose of this document of the Customer Service Agreement is to educate all customers who have relations with this entity about the following matters:-
(i) Services provided by this entity in accordance with laws and procedures.
(ii) The responsibility of this entity to all types of customers.
(iii) Responsibility of customers of all types in their relationship with this entity.
(iv) How to make a complaint when the customer sees that he was not treated fairly by this body.

2. Target customers of this Circular
The target customers of this document are:-
• Prisoners of all kinds entering prisons
• Relatives of prisoners
• Advocates/lawyers for prisoners
• People who provide various services to prisoners, such as NGOs, religious sects, etc.
• Representatives/ambassadors of various countries in this country when they have prisoners of their own country in prisons.

3. Customer rights
(i) Prisoners and Prisoners
• When a prisoner/prisoner is admitted to prison for the first time, he has the right to be read the procedures and rules of prisons that will guide him while in prison.
• He has the right to explain his problems to the prison authorities.
• The right to be given food according to the wishes of his sect.
• The right to be visited by his lawyer at any time and for any length of time.
• The right to be visited by his relatives/relatives whenever he is sick.
• The right to be visited by the Police, but the prisoner must agree to see them and for specific purposes.
• When a prisoner/detainee who is a citizen of another country is received in prison, he has the right to be sent information about his presence in prison to the representative/ambassador of his country in the country.
• Prisoners have the right to be visited by no more than two people once a month for 15 minutes or more with the permission of the Head of Prison and at the following times:-
- When he enters the prison for the first time
- Before being transferred to another prison
- When he is seriously ill
- At any time with the permission of the Warden as he deems fit.
• The right to be visited by religious leaders for worship according to their denomination.
• The right to write or receive letters several times a month and at the following times:-

- When he enters the prison for the first time
- When he enters prison from exile
- At the time of death or illness of a relative or neighbor.
- When he experiences urgent family problems, etc.
- When he wants to make plans for work or support after finishing his sentence.

All letters entering and leaving the prison must be approved or approved by the Head of the Prison.
• The right to sign documents such as checks, wills, etc.
• The right to develop oneself with higher studies according to one's previous academic qualifications.
• The right to access accommodation and food service at the rates set by the Government.
• The right to receive treatment and health care in general.

(ii) Relatives and Relatives of Prisoners
• Any relative or relative of the prisoner has the right to visit the prisoner while in prison as stated in 3(i) above. The procedure for visiting prisoners is as follows:- Saturday from 6 pm to 11 pm, Sunday from 2 am to 6 pm and from 8 pm to 10 pm.
• He has the right to write letters to the prisoner twice a month and at the times specified in item 3(i) above.
• He has the right to provide the prisoner with the services of human medicines which at that time are not available in the prison, after being approved by the Government Doctor and the head of the relevant prison to give permission after making contact with the Prison Physician.
• He has the right to provide the inmate with food service whenever he is in prison, as long as he informs the Head of the Prison so that he can remove the inmate in question from the list of those who receive food service at the government's expense.
• He has the right to send the inmate to the prison equipment such as razors, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, etc. as long as he requests and is given permission by the Head of the concerned Prison.

(iii) Advocates/Lawyers of prisoners
• They have the right to visit the prisoners or the prisoners they represent on any day and at any time. The issue of confidentiality of communication between the lawyer/lawyer and the prisoner/detainee who is their client will be respected.

(iv) Other service providers
• Those who have the right to provide spiritual services to inmates in prison according to their denomination after the leader of the respective denomination requests and obtains the permission must be approved by the Head of Prisons and the Head of Regional Prisons.
• They have the right to provide the inmates in prison (if it is an organization) the service of various equipment such as soap, blankets, clothes, food, human medicines etc. as long as they have sent their requests to the Minister of the Interiorof the State who will give permission to allow them to provide that service. Those who are intended to deliver the needs/help to the relevant prison at that time.
• They have the right to be given legal services to the prisoners by contacting the Head of the respective Prison as well as the Lawyer on the condition that he should be the one chosen/accepted by the client himself.

(v) Representatives/Ambassadors of various countries in the country
• They have the right to be given information about the presence of prisoners who are citizens of their country.
• When they have prisoners of their own country in prisons, they have the right to visit them whenever they request to do so by sending a special request to the Commissioner General of Prisons.
• They have the right to provide material and financial assistance to prisoners/prisoners of their country who are in prisons, in accordance with laws and procedures.

4. Responsibility of customers
(i) Prisoners/prisoners
• Prisoners and inmates are responsible for obeying and respecting the laws of the Prisons and the main procedures that operate the prisons throughout their stay in the prisons.
• A prisoner will not be found guilty of any disciplinary offense in prison until he has had the opportunity to be read the charges against him and given the opportunity to defend himself. He will be given the opportunity to call witnesses and also to question any witness who will be called and the charges will be conducted when he himself is present.
• Prisoners should avoid committing offenses listed under the Prisons (Offences by Prisoners) Regulations 1968

(ii) Relatives/Relatives of Prisoners
• Relatives or relatives of prisoners are responsible for ensuring that they comply with all the procedures concerning prisoners when they visit them in prison, and they are not required to bring in any items or equipment prohibited by law. Every prison in the country will have a special announcement outside the prison explaining all the laws and procedures that apply to all citizens in relation to Prisons and the penalties for violating those laws and procedures.

(iii) Other Service Providers
Other service providers should follow all the procedures specified in 4(ii) above or that will be directed by the various prison leaders regarding the procedures to be followed when they provide human services, conditions and property to prisoners in prisons.

(iv) Prisoners' Advocates/Lawyers
Advocates/Lawyers are responsible for following all the procedures related to visiting prisoners in prisons as described in 4(ii) above. Similarly, they should take into account that all legal proceedings concerning prisoners must be initiated by the Head of the relevant Prison.

(v) Representatives/Ambassadors of various countries in this country
They are responsible for complying with the laws and procedures that govern the issue of visiting citizens of their countries who are in prison as they will be directed by the office of the Commissioner General of Prisons when they are pursuing permission to go to prison.

5. If the customer is not satisfied
(i) Prisoners/Prisoners
• If a prisoner is found guilty of a serious offense before the Head of Prisons, if he wishes, he can ask for his case to be repeated by the Commissioner General of Prisons explaining the reasons for his dissatisfaction with the decision where he will write a letter and pass it to the Head of Prisons, and the Head of Regional Prisons where the prisoner is.
• If he has been treated with something that he thinks is wrong, he will write a letter to the Commissioner General of Prisons through the Head of Prisons and the Head of Prisons of the relevant Region.

(ii) Relatives of prisoners
If they see that they were not treated fairly according to the law and procedures, they should send their complaints to the Head of the concerned Prison.
If they are not satisfied with the actions of the Head of Prisons, they should send a complaint to the Head of Prisons of the concerned Region. If they are not satisfied at that level, they should contact the Office of the Head of Prisons.

(iii) Prisoners' advocates/lawyers
If they are not satisfied with the service, they can complain to the Head of the relevant Prison, the Head of the Regional Prison to the Commissioner General of Prisons.

(v) Other Service Providers
If they have a complaint against the service, they will go through the levels of the Head of Prisons, the Head of Prisons of the respective Regions up to the Commissioner General of Prisons.
(vi) Ambassadors/representatives of foreign countries
They will submit their complaints directly to the Commissioner General of Prisons.

6. More levels of complaints
If any customer is not satisfied with the measures taken to handle his complaint against the services of the Prison Service even after reaching the level of the Commissioner General, he will send his complaint to the Minister of Internal Affairs. If his complaint is about human rights and he is not satisfied with the measures taken by the Minister of Internal Affairs, he will submit his complaint to the Human Rights and Good Governance Commission.
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