The National Prosecutions Service is established as an independent and autonomous public office vide National Prosecutions Services (Establishment) Order, 2018 (Government Notice No. 49 of 2018 of 13th February, 2018) to institutionalise the constitutional mandate of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) who plays a vital role in the administration of criminal justice. The DPP, according to Article 59B of the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, 1977, is the sole authority vested with powers and responsibility to exercise control over the prosecution of all criminal matters in all courts with the exception of Court-Martial. In this regard, the DPP has powers to institute, prosecute and supervise all criminal prosecutions in the country. Vision Justice, peace and security for national development. Mission To work with other stakeholders and prosecute without fear, favour or prejudice with a view to ensuring prevalence of justice, peace and security in the society. According to the said Article of the Constitution, the powers conferred on the DPP are vested in him to the exclusion of any other person or authority and he is not subjected to the control of any other person or authority.
102 VACANCIES AT NATIONAL PROSECUTIONS SERVICE (NPS), JULY 2022
On behalf of NPS, Public Service Recruitment Secretariat invites qualified Tanzanians to fill 102 vacancies. Read full details from the PDF Document below:
Rucia Kokushekya Winchislaus
Graduated diploma of community development
Live at Tabora Kaliua; 0623632869
Like to work in National Prosecution service
I like even to be volunteer