Middle Georgia Probation

Overview

  • Basic offender supervision.
  • Computerized case management.
  • Collection of fines and restitution.
  • Remitting fines collected to the courts.
  • Remitting restitution to victims as collected.
  • Court appearance and probationer intake.
  • Full involvement in revocation court proceedings, delinquency report preparation, probation officer testimony, and warrant preparation.
  • Employ adequate staff that meets qualifications set for by the County Municipal Probation Advisory Council.
  • Bond supervision.
  • Supervision of Pretrial diversion cases.
  • Drug testing on probationers who have been ordered to comply with such condition.
  • Electronic Monitoring.
All services provided at no cost to the court or taxpayer.