United States Probation Office
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COVID-19 NOTICE

The U.S. Probation Office continues to closely monitor national and local responses to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). The safety of everyone remains paramount during the outbreak of the COVID-19. We are following the recommended guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to protect the safety and health of our clients, the public, and our staff.

Effective immediately and until further notice, a face covering is required to enter the Courthouses and Federal Buildings, as well as the Probation Office.

Before reporting in person to our office, please take this COVID-19 Pre-Screening Questionnaire. If you answer YES to any of the questions, call your probation officer prior to reporting to our office. USPO-COVID-19-Pre-Screening-Questionnaire

In addition, please communicate with your Probation Officer – even if you are not planning to report in person to the office. If you, or anyone in your home is sick, please advise your officer right away. Also, please advise your officer if you are sick and on drug testing in the community

Our Mission


We are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of Judicial excellence by ensuring the fair and humane administration of justice.

By our combined efforts, we provide thorough investigative reports with equitable recommendations. We supervise individuals with a commitment toward compliance, community safety and correctional treatment, with a focus on positive change for each individual. We are committed to following the rule of law and treating all parties with dignity and respect.

Our pledge to outstanding service is promoted by encouraging the contributions and values of a diverse staff by empowering their efforts in developing organizational unity, mutual respect and individual growth.