Unsupervised Probation is ordered by the Court and is our lowest level of supervision.
- Individuals placed on Unsupervised Probation are typically lower-risk with low-level felony or misdemeanor convictions.
- For the most part, probationers are placed directly on Unsupervised Probation by the Court at the time of sentencing. However, they may be modified to Unsupervised from Supervised Probation, after staffing the case with a supervisor in the Unsupervised Unit for eligibility and upon the Court’s approval.
- Unsupervised Probation consists of a team of a Probation Officer and a Caseload Administrator, who initially meet with the probationer upon sentencing, then monitor compliance via telephone, email, and mail.
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