COMMUNITY SERVICE

Sheriff Bellotti offers offender labor to cash-strapped municipalities when local leaders contact the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office requesting help. Inmates have performed thousands of hours of work, cleaning and grooming ball fields in the spring, cleaning beaches, tending church and municipal cemeteries and painting municipal buildings.

The offenders volunteer for the work and are carefully screened before they are taken into the community and monitored on site at all times by a Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office staff member. Agencies seeking help from Community Service labor crews should send a formal request to the attention of Sheriff Bellotti at the Norfolk County Correctional Center, 200 West St., Dedham, MA 02026.

 


 

 

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