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Probation requires that you work, attend school or a vocational program while on supervised probation. There are exceptions to this requirement and they can be discussed with your probation officer.
For more information please email Teresa Espedal, Chief Probation Officer.
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Your Probation Officer will make a decision regarding level of supervision based on many circumstances, including:
For more information please contact the Probation department by calling 208-788-5528.
This is not an uncommon request and you need to consult with your probation officer about the possibility and requirements involved in relocating.
For more information please call the Probation department at 208-788-5528.
A release of information helps the probation officer access information regarding your attendance and participation in counseling, education or groups that are required as part of your Judgment of Conviction.
We are fortunate to live in a community with a wealth of resources and you may be able to access services at a reduced cost, but ultimately you are responsible for costs associated with treatment.
Please consult with your probation officer if you need assistance or contact the Probation department by calling 208-788-5528.
Any probation department staff can provide information about community based resources to help you be successful.