About the Probation Department
The Probation Department monitors youth placed under Court supervision. The department’s goal is to provide a community based corrections program with consistent sanctions geared toward altering negative behavior.
Probation Officers make regular contact with the children, their parents, schools, agencies and others involved with the children to monitor and assist the probationers in making positive changes in their lives. The Court has three Probation Officers positions. These probation officers supervise approximately 150 children each year.
|Kristi Offenberger, Chief Probation Officer||740-373-6623 Ext. 2434|
|Kaylee McCutcheon||740-373-6623 Ext. 2433|
|Ryan LaFollette||740-373-6623 Ext. 2435|
There were 72 youth who were placed on probation during 2022. Of those 59 were males (82%) and 13 were females (18%). A total of 126 youth were supervised on probation in 2022, including 54 from the previous year. There were 28 probation violations filed in 2022.
There was 1 adult who was placed on probation during 2022. Of those there was 0 males (0%) and 1 female (100%). A total of 2 adults were supervised on probation in 2022, including 1 from the previous year. There were 0 probation violations filed in 2022.