Probation

Everything you want to know about Juvenile Probation

Probation

In offender matters, we can confirm when the next scheduled court date is.  However, if your attorney or probation officer has informed you to come on a different day or time, please follow their instructions.  We cannot confirm the times or dates of dependency hearings.  Please contact your attorney or caseworker to confirm your next court date.

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If you want to know who your child's probation officer is, please have their legal last and first names and their birth date ready when you place the call.

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Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) feature is an ongoing project. As we receive numerous questions on a particular issue, we try to add an answer to that question, so that you don't need to try and find someone to answer some of the more common questions we hear. It is available to the public 24 hours a day, unlike our staff. We don't expect this section to replace your ability to contact us with questions, nor do we expect that every question will be answered here.

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Credit for some of the answers you will find here go to the Northwest Justice Project, volunteer lawyers who have assisted us in adding information we think will be of assistance to you.

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