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IMPORTANT UPDATE - COVID-19

The PROBATION OFFICER will still be AVAILABLE during this time. However, the appointments will not be conducted in person. Instead the appointments will be completed via mediums such as FaceTime, Google Duo or Skype. Please contact the probation department at 206-771-2818 if you have any questions or need to speak with the probation counselor directly.

If you have recently been assigned to probation, it is imperative that you contact the probation officer at 206-771-2818 so that your intake can be completed virtually and in a timely manner.

 DVMRT and Thinking for a Change are canceled until May 7, 2020. If you are enrolled in the DVMRT class, you will NO LONGER allowed to continue to work on one assignment per week given the extenuating circumstances of the COVID-19  pandemic. Your patience, understanding, and cooperation is greatly appreciated during this unparalleled time.  Please check back prior to that date in order to see if these classes have to be postponed once again as this is a fluid situation.

 

PROBATION HOURS:

Monday - Thursday:  8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Friday only by phone: 8:30 AM - 4:30 pm (206.771.2818)

 

Probation Mission

•  Help Offenders succeed by providing resources and guidance.

•  Provide the court with thorough, accurate, and timely reports.

•  Hold probationers accountable for their behavior.

•  Assess each probationer and provide supervision at the designated classification level.

 

Probation Services

•  Offender Supervision

•  Pre-Sentence Investigations

•  Jail Alternative Programs

      

Frequently Asked Questions

For information on Domestic Violence Moral Reconation Therapy Click the link below:

Domestic Violence Moral Reconation

Being placed on probation can be a confusing experience.  We hope the information provide here will help take some of the mystery out of the process.  We have tried to anticipate and answer the more frequently answered questions.  If you have an additional questions, don't hesitate to ask your probation officer or your attorney.