How do I find out who my Probation Officer (PO) is?

The Court usually instructs a defendant to report to the Probation Department after being sentenced or released from jail. This means that a defendant will often be reporting to the Probation Department before a probation officer has been assigned. When a defendant reports after court they will complete the paperwork required to set up their probation case with an intake probation officer. Normally within two weeks, the defendant will be contacted by their new supervision officer. If after about two weeks, there has been no contact from the probation officer, the defendant should contact the Probation Department. There are occasionally circumstances that may cause case assignment to be delayed.

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1. I'm on Probation - what does that mean? What do I have to do?
2. How do I find out who my Probation Officer (PO) is?
3. Where are the Adult Probation offices located?
4. Can I transfer my case to another county for supervision?
5. Can I transfer my case to another state for supervision?
6. Can I travel out of county or state while on supervision?
7. My probation expired, now what?
8. A warrant has been issued for me; Is there any way I can clear it?
9. Can my probation be terminated early?
10. Can I vote while on probation?