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. MANY SITES ARE GOING BACK TO A SIGN UP LIST ONLY.

November ASP Schedule 2020


PLEASE BE ADVISED WE HAVE RESUMED IN PERSON APPOINTMENTS ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS. CONTACT YOUR PROBATION OFFICER FOR FURTHER INFORMATION TO SEE IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU. THERE ARE NEW REPORTING CONDITIONS AND SCREENING PROTOCOL YOU MUST FOLLOW IN ORDER TO ENTER THE BUILDING. 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.