Probation Services is committed to providing supervision for felony and misdemeanor cases. We provide meaningful intervention with clients by utilizing Evidence Based Practices (EBP) to address criminogenic needs, by providing timely communication to the Court, and by monitoring client behavior. In accordance with the directives of the Court, we endeavor to: ensure public safety by reducing the likelihood of continued criminal behavior; hold clients accountable for court ordered sanctions; encourage rehabilitation by identifying needs; provide opportunity to address those needs through programming and community agency referrals; provide restoration when applicable. In order to protect the public and encourage positive behavioral change, Probation Services utilizes consequences proportionate to client violations. Violation response is based on: the risk the client poses to the public; the risk to reoffend; the severity of the violation; the criminogenic need; and the overall adjustment of the client to supervision in the community.
Probation Services provides restorative justice services to victims of crime by offering Victim Offender Mediation (VOM), collecting restitution payments, and monitoring court ordered community service work. Taking responsibility for their behavior, submitting to drug testing, and participating in specialized programming is a requirement.
Probation Services provides the following:
- Community Service program
- Drug intervention and education
- Specialty Courts
- Drug Court
- Women’s Therapeutic Court
- Veterans Court
- Mental Health Court
- Specialized supervision of
- Domestic Violence cases
- Sex Offender cases
- Chemical Abuse/Mental Health cases
- Intensive Supervision
- Basic Supervision
- Courtesy Supervision
- Monitored Time Supervision
- Evidence Based Programming (delivered in house)
Probation Services has been accredited by the American Correctional Association and the Commission on Accreditation for Corrections since 1987.
Reach a representative of Probation Services by calling:
or by filling out the web form below:
Director of Probation Services
Phone – (937) 225-4714
Intern / Volunteer Program
The Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas, Probation Services Department invites you to become an intern/volunteer with our department. Should you be selected to become a team member, you will have the privilege to work with a Nationally Accredited Probation Department.
An opportunity exists for you to participate in an exciting experience involving:
- Working with misdemeanor and felony offenders
- Gaining insight into the criminal justice process and society’s social needs
- On the job training by the Adult Probation Officers
- Flexible hours and job duties
- Working with a diverse department
We believe this program will be an effective means for students to gain valuable experience while pursuing their education and eventually their careers.
- Must meet their institutions’ requirement
- Ability to maintain confidential court and probation information
- Ability to work independently within policy and procedure
- Ability to communicate verbally and in writing using standard English
Possible Work Sites:
- 41 North Perry Street – Montgomery County Common Pleas Court
- 117 S. Main Street, 10th Floor – Reibold Building
Public transportation runs by both of the above locations.
Contact the Montgomery County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas General Division Probation Services Department to learn more.