The Probation consists of an Adult Probation Officer and an Intensive Supervision Probation Officer. The Probation Department’s mission is to ensure timely compliance with the terms and conditions imposed by the Judge on persons convicted of misdemeanor or traffic offenses, and, if possible, to rehabilitate the offender.
These one hour groups are held two times per month in morning and afternoon sessions and are general information sessions for individuals who have been referred to Theft, Anger Management and Pathys programming. Orientation is mandatory prior to other classes.
(12, 2 Hour Sessions) Learning to effectively manage anger through the use of self-awareness and self-control techniques.
(1, 3 Hour Session) Learning to identify how your thinking and feelings play a part in behavior which results in theft charges.
(3 Additional 2-Hour Sessions following Theft: First Offender) An in-depth look at the thought process and consequences surrounding theft. Provides tools of identifying risk and understanding how your actions affect other people.
(4, 2-Hour Sessions) The entry point program designed to help offenders prepare for long term change. Offenders will practice paying attention to thinking, recognizing risk, and developing & using new thinking.
(10-15, 2 Hour Sessions) Provides tools to strengthen skills in areas which include: Dealing with criminal history, Managing employment/finances, Strengthening family support, Understanding substance use and abuse, Building peer support, Identifying and replacing risky thinking.