How long is an individual on probation supervision?

A client who has a return to court date established must be supervised until the return to court date, or three months if the client has completed all court ordered requirements, whichever comes first. A client without an established return to court date, the general guideline is three months minimum for misdemeanants and six months minimum for felons. Generally, a substance abuse tested client must remain on supervision until his return to court date or six months, whichever comes first. Individuals remain on probation supervision until the Court has approved their release.

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1. What is the purpose of Pretrial Services?
2. What are the program objectives of Pretrial Services?
3. How are clients placed on local probation supervision and referred to PCC?
4. What services are available through PCC?
5. Who is eligible for placement with PCC?
6. How long is an individual on probation supervision?
7. What are the responsibilities of the client while under Local Probation Supervision?
8. Does an individual pay a fee for participation in the Local Probation Supervision Program?
9. What if I can’t make my scheduled appointment because of school or work?
10. Can I choose my community service site?