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Q: How many offenders are on probation?

Q: How does one find out which Probation Officer supervises a particular offender?

Q: I am a victim of crime and am owed restitution. How do I collect what is owed to me?

Q: What is the difference between probation and parole?

Q: How can one get access to Court entries relating to a case or find out an offender's court date?

Q: What are the requirements to become a Probation Officer?

Q: The following programs are located on the 4th floor of 369 South High Street:

Q: What are the Probation Department's hours of operation?

Q: What should I do if I know an offender who has violated the terms of his/her probation or has an active warrant for their arrest?