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 four Probation Officers. These four officers supervise approximately 200 children each year.
Kristi Offenberger, Chief Probation Officer
740-373-6623 Ext. 2434
740-373-6623 Ext. 2433
740-373-6623 Ext. 2435
740-373-6623 Ext. 2436
There were 65 youth who were placed on probation during 2020. Of those 43 were males (66%) and 22 were females (34%). A total of 159 youth were supervised on probation in 2020, including 94 from the previous year. There were 25 probation violations filed in 2020.
There were 7 adults who were placed on probation during 2020. Of those there was 3 males (43%) and 4 females (57%). A total of 12 adults were supervised on probation in 2020, including 5 from the previous year. There were 0 probation violations filed in 2020.