Process After Sentence

After an adult offender is sentenced in court to probation, court supervision, or conditional discharge, they are to report to the probation department immediately unless they are incarcerated and then they are to report to the probation department immediately upon release from jail. If the adult  offender is not currently on supervision or probation, an appointment with an intake officer will be scheduled to begin the intake process.

If the adult offender has been placed on probation, the intake process will consist of the intake officer meeting with the probationer for office visits to review the conditions of their order, review the rules while on probation, a risk and needs assessment, linkages to services and a home visit in the offender's place of residence. Once the intake process has been completed by the intake officer, the client's case will be assigned to a line officer who will monitor the offender's progress and meet with them during the term of their probation.

If the adult offender has been placed on court supervision or conditional discharge, the intake process will include a one-time appointment to review the conditions of their order and review the rules while on supervision or conditional discharge. Clients placed on court supervision and conditional discharge will not be seen face to face by a probation officer unless there are conditions requiring our department to monitor. The probation officer will monitor the case administratively and appear in court for compliance hearings with the offender.

If the offender is currently on probation, an appointment will be scheduled with their assigned officer.