The Division of Adult Probation Services supports the mission of the Court by serving the Court and reducing offender recidivism in a manner that enhances the fairness and integrity of the Court’s decisions, promotes accountability and responsiveness in its enforcement of the Court’s orders, and advances public trust and confidence in the justice system. Information about Adult Probation & Psychological Services Building. Adult Probation & Psychological Services Building. View information about facilities in the community. Plan Your Visit to the Lake County Court and Administrative Complex. Find hours of operation, parking information, details on the security screening process and more.
Adult Probation. Employee Access FAQ Cart Translate Login. Government. Board of Commissioners; Commissioner Meeting Agendas & Minutes recreation and other things to do in Lake County. Business. Do you need access to business capital? Lake County Community Economic Development provides business finance services through a variety of programs. Also referred to as Court Services throughout the state, Lake County offers both an Adult and Juvenile Probation Services Division dependent upon the age of client and the findings of the Court.
In Lake County, when an offender is placed on probation, adult probation officers are responsible for referring these individuals to agencies, which provide the services necessary to address the problems relating to their criminality. The number of active adult probation cases decreased from 2011 to 2012. A local volunteer attorney presides as judge and is the only adult directly involved in the court proceedings. Learn more about Teen Court. Below are links to some useful websites that are related to the County Probation Division. American Probation and Parole Association; Florida Association of Community Corrections; Florida Department of.
Lake County Probation office. A Force for Positive Change. Our mission is to continually improve the quality of community life by enhancing public safety, by assisting victims with restoration and by offering the hope of a more productive lifestyle for offenders. The Lake County Court Services Division is responsible for the transport of prisoners-inmates to and from the Lake County Courts, in addition to various doctors-hospitals appointments. The Lake County Sheriff's Office performs approximately 5,000 prisoner transports annually.