- Commit no crime;
- Do not change residence without first notifying probation officer;
- Report regularly as directed;
- Report all contacts with law enforcement;
- Make no false statements to the probation officer;
- Use no illegal substances or mind altering drugs not prescribed by a physician;
- May be ordered to pay intake fees or monthly supervision fees.
In addition, when deemed appropriate the Court may order any of the following:
- Community Service;
- Substance abuse, domestic violence, mental health, sexual offender or other appropriate evaluations;
- Counseling, treatment programs, educational programs, job readiness programs, and mandatory employment or job searches;
- Breath or urine testing for the presence of drugs and alcohol;
- Consume no alcohol and enter no bars;
- Restitution to the victim;
- No Contact Order with the victim;
- Search of residence, vehicle, person and property;
- Electronic home detention or GPS monitoring.
Minimal probation is less intensive and usually does not require face-to-face probation meetings throughout the period of probation.
In addition, Misdemeanor Probation supervises a Diversion program for youthful first-time offenders who are generally charged with alcohol offenses.
Probation Violations can invoke a variety of responses including:
- Additional Court hearings;
- Additional community service;
- Increased supervision;
- Payment of suspended fines and serving suspended jail sentences;
- Evaluations as deemed appropriate;
- Additional terms and requirements of probation and/or an extension of the period of probation;
- Electronic monitoring;
- Termination of probation and all suspended penalties can be invoked.