CRIMINAL SANCTIONS AGENCY Kirsti Kuivajärvi 10.12.2012 Florence. The logotype RISE is an abbreviation of the Finnish name of the Criminal Sanctions Agency, i.e. Rikosseuraamuslaitos. ORGANISATION.
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Kirsti Kuivajärvi 10.12.2012 Florence
The logotype RISE is an abbreviation of the Finnish name of the Criminal Sanctions Agency, i.e. Rikosseuraamuslaitos.
Strategy of the Criminal Sanctions Agencyfor 2011-2020
The Criminal Sanctions Agency carries out influential, reliable and significant work for the safety of society.
”Path to a life without crime with the help of an active network co-operation”
The content of sentence enforcement and the co-operation with other authorities and third sector operators as well as the close people of the sentenced offender increase the sentenced offender’s abilities to reintegrate into society.
“Safely towards more open and influential enforcement“
Flexible and secure structures and sanction processes enable and support more open and influential enforcement.
”Meaningful work, motivated and healthy personnel”
The Criminal Sanctions Agency is a reliable and respected organisation where skilled and motivated personnel carry out meaningful work.
The Criminal Sanctions Agency is responsible for the implementation of remand imprisonment as well as the enforcement of community sanctions and prison sentences.
Belief in an individual’s potential to change and grow
Respect for human dignity
Criminal Sanctions Agency consists of
In accordance with Chapter 6, section 1 of the Criminal Code of Finland, the punishment types are
Supervision of young offenders
Conditional imprisonmentAncillary sanctions
Supervised probationary freedom
Unconditional imprisonmentIn open or closed prison
Supervision of parolees
Supervised conditionally released young offenders
STATISTICSCommunity sanctions in 2002-2011
Enforced community service sanctions
Community service hours served during the year