The Probation Office is committed to protecting the safety of the public, addressing the needs of crime victims, improving county juvenile and adult probation and parole services, and assisting in the fair administration of justice by ensuring the custody, control, and treatment of offenders under the jurisdiction of the county.
Probation officers work with people who were convicted of crimes and sentenced to probation instead of incarceration. The work of a probation officer often involves monitoring offenders, coordinating rehabilitation services and arranging job training.
The Probation office is responsible for the management of Court-Ordered Community Service. Click HERE
to learn more about Community Service.
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