Probation

Probation, which is granted by the judge, is a sentence that allows the offender to live in the community under the supervision of a probation officer. The 1st Division of the 52nd District Court has a Chief Probation Officer as well as ten additional probation officers that each carry a caseload of 200 to 300 people. Finally, each probation officer is assigned a special program that requires working with the judges and key individuals within the community. Forms below are a list of the commonly used forms by the 52nd District Court 1st Division Probation Department:

YOU MUST ARRIVE TO THE COMMUNITY SERVICE LOCATIONS WEARING A MASK. YOU WILL ALSO NEED A LOG SHEET PROVIDED BY CONTACTING YOUR PROBATION OFFICER.

July ASP Schedule


UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE REPORTING TO PROBATION WILL BE BY TELEPHONE ONLY. AT YOUR SCHEDULED DAY/TIME YOU WILL RECEIVE A CALL FROM YOUR RESPECTIVE OFFICER. IN ORDER TO CONSOLIDATE MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING:


ONCE PROBATION APPOINTMENTS RETURN TO IN-PERSON CONTACT IT IS IMPORTANT TO REVIEW THE FOLLOWING:


IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH CHEC TESTING PLEASE CHOOSE FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING


PLEASE CONTACT YOUR PROBATION OFFICER FOR ANY FURTHER INFORMATION AND/OR DIRECTIONS.