Probation Services

Services

Community Work Service

When any Defendant is convicted of an offense and granted probation, the Court may order the Defendant to either pay a fine or perform community service hours. It may be  performed in place of payment of certain fines and fees.

Interstate Compact Offender Tracking System

The Interstate Compact Offender Tracking System (ICOTS) is a program that allows Defendants to relocate to other states and still be supervised. The Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS) have the authority for Federal law and supersede any State law.
 

Juvenile Hall Medical Release

Health Care services are provided to all youth in the Juvenile Hall. Licensed Health Care professionals, operating within the scope of their license and within facility health care services policy, have sole authority to make clinical decisions on individual youth under their care. In order to properly care for youth, Parent(s)/Guardian(s) need to sign a medical release form.
 

Juvenile Hall Visit Scheduling

Youth detained in the Juvenile Hall are entitled to receive two (2) one-hour visits with their parent(s)/guardian(s). Other persons may visit upon the approval by the youth’s Deputy Probation Officer or the Juvenile Hall Supervising Deputy Probation Officer.

Juvenile Probation Monthly Report

The monthly Juvenile probation report is used by juveniles to list any changes in address, phone, employment. The monthly report form is used as tool of communication for the Juvenile Probation Officer and legal guardians.

Probation Auto Pay

This is a service in which account holders / payers can elect to have one of the SLO County Probation Department Cashiers bill the account holder’s specified credit card and specified amount on or about the 26th of each month for the amount due the 1st of the next month. Those electing to utilize this service are to check a box located on the upper left hand corner of their statement. One of the cashiers will mail the account holder / payer the Probation Department’s Automatic Payment Plan Enrollment form or an account holder / payer can complete an Automatic Payment Plan Enrollment form.
 

Probation Change of Address

This service allows a person under probation supervision to request approval for a Change of Address through the Probation Department.

Probation Consent for Release of Information

This service allows the Probation Department to provide and receive information regarding your case.

Probation Financial Declaration

The Financial Declaration Form is used by The Public Defender Fee Reimbursement Program. When a Public Defender is appointed in Court, the Judge orders the Defendant to report to the County Officer at the financial evaluation booth to evaluate the Defendant's ability to pay. The Financial Declaration form is then used to determine a Defendant's ability to pay for the use of the Public Defender.

Probation Monthly Report

The monthly probation report is used by Defendants to list any changes in address, phone, employment. The monthly report form is used as tool of communication for the Probation Officer and the Defendant.

Probation Questionnaire

The Probation Questionnaire form  is used at the investigation phase to help prepare probation reports. It is used to document social history such as residence, employment, education and family members.   

Probation Statement of Assets

Legal guardians must file a listing of assets, income, property and other holdings in order for the Probation Department to estimate the legal guardians ability to pay court fines and fees.

Probation Statement of Assets

A Defendant must file a listing of assets, income, property and other holdings in order for the Probation Department to estimate the Defendant's ability to pay court fines and fees.

Probation Statement of Loss

A Statement of Loss is a claim for which victims of crime who have suffered lost wages, crime-related losses, damaged or stolen property and have acquired medical expenses can request restitution.

Probation Statement of Loss - Juvenile

A Statement of Loss is a claim for which victims of crime who have suffered lost wages, crime-related losses, damaged or stolen property and have acquired medical expenses can request restitution.

Probation Travel Permit

As a term of probation, Defendants are prohibited from leaving the state without prior approval from the Probation Officer. A travel permit is provided when a Defendant wishes to travel out of state for up to 30 days. The permit outlines the destination, mode of travel, companions and dates of travel. 

Request Change of Plea

Persons under probation supervision can request a change of plea at time of termination or thereafter.  

  

Request Re-entry Into Extended Foster Care

Participation in foster care after the age of 18 is called Extended Foster Care.  Some youth, who were previously in foster care as wards of the Delinquency Court, are eligible to voluntarily return to foster care after the age of 18. 

 If you are an eligible youth who would like to request to re-enter Extended Foster Care, complete the attached JV-466 form. If you wish to keep information regarding your re-entry request confidential, complete the JV-468 form.  You can submit these forms through the Probation Department or directly to the Juvenile Delinquency Court.

If you are unsure if you are eligible or would like additional information on re-entering Extended Foster Care, please contact Juvenile Services.

Request Sealing of Records

This service allows you to request the Sealing of Records for youths who have been through the Juvenile Court system.