Juvenile probation is a form of sanctions that allow juvenile offenders to remain in their communities. If deemed by the Court to be eligible for probation, the juvenile is supervised according to the conditions the Court sets. We value the juveniles and families we work with and strive to make a positive difference in the lives of juveniles and the community. The juvenile is held accountable for their behaviors and given educational resources in the attempt to help them make better choices in the future. It is important to engage and involve families in our work with juveniles to optimize the chance for success.
The Mission of Juvenile Probation is to reduce and prevent juvenile crime; promote and maintain safe communities; and improve the welfare of youth and families that are served by the Court.