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Community Service Help 888-505 7227 Do your Community Service Online. - Register

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Court ordered community service can be difficult to fit into your busy schedule. 30 short hours can quickly turn into 60 with a long commute. What if traffic is a nightmare and you're late? Most charities and foundations are only available during business hours, which means you may have to miss work or sacrifice time with your family. Some programs even require the applicant to sign up on a waiting list. Finding a community service opportunity shouldn't be that complicated...

Thankfully, there is an alternative. With the help of our charity partners, we have created a way for you to complete your court ordered community service online. Our program is based on the principle of self-education, and allows participants to better their own life while helping the community. This service is available at your convenience, 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. It can be done at any pace, from the comfort of your own ho…

310 312 9128 Volunteering; Locations and maps of Volunteer Center offices | Volunteer Center South Bay

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GENERIC number:  PH: 310-212-7997 — Email: Court Referral Staff 11701 S. La Cienega Blvd., Suite 570F
Los Angeles, CA 90045

PH: (310) 643-5004
Monday – Friday   8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. 11321 Iowa Avenue, Suite 7
Los Angeles, CA 90025

PH: (310) 312-9128
Monday – Friday   8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Locations and maps of Volunteer Center offices | Volunteer Center South Bay: "
11701 S. La Cienega Blvd., Suite 570F
Los Angeles, CA 90045
PH: (310) 643-5004
Monday – Friday   8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.


11321 Iowa Avenue, Suite 7
Los Angeles, CA 90025
PH: (310) 312-9128
Monday – Friday   8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m."



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Volunteer Center Court Referral Community Assistance Program | Volunteer Center South Bay

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Volunteer Center Court Referral Community Assistance Program | Volunteer Center South Bay:



Home » Court Referral Community Service Court Referral Community Service is an alternative sentencing option that allows misdemeanants the opportunity to contribute service to the South Bay, Harbor, Long Beach, West Los Angeles, Bellflower, and Inglewood areas in lieu of a fine and/or jail sentence. To register for court referred community service you must come to one of our offices. Any questions, please call one of the offices near you. Pleaseclick here to find an office location near you. What is Community Service?
Community Service is a cooperative effort of the Volunteer Centers, various public and private nonprofit organizations, the Los Angeles Superior Court Districts, and the Los Angeles County Probation Department.

How does the program work?
Court Referral volunteers are referred by Superior Court Judges, Probation Officers and/or District Attorneys to the Volunteer Center.  The number of hou…

Instant Checkmate - The internet's #1 source for Background Checks: Internet Neutrality

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"Instant Checkmate - The internet's #1 source for Background Checks:



Public Records - Now Online9:06am Wednesday, September 24, 2014
as told to Jessica Ruane.
Been issued a speeding ticket? Failed to stop at a stop sign? What about your family members? And friends? If you are like most of us, the answer to at least one of those questions is “yes”—the vast majority of us have slipped up at least once or twice. An innovative new websiteInstant Checkmate is now revealing the full “scoop” on millions of Americans. Instant Checkmate aggregates hundreds of millions of publicly available criminal, traffic, and arrest records and posts them online so they can easily be searched by anyone. Members of the site can literally begin searching within seconds, and are able to check as many records as they like (think: friends, family, neighbors, etc. etc.). Previously, if you wanted to research someone’s arrest records, you might have had to actually go in to a county court office—in the approp…