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:
DUE TO THE COVID-19 CONCERNS, AND IN ACCORDING WITH GOVERNER WHITMER'S ORDER, ALL ASP SITES ARE CLOSED UNTIL APRIL 13, 2020.
April ASP Schedule 2020
AT THIS TIME, REPORTING TO PROBATION WILL BE BY TELEPHONE ONLY. AT YOUR SCHEDULED DAY/TIME YOU WILL RECEIVE A CALL FROM YOUR RESPECTIVE OFFICER.