What is Probation?
Probation is a court ordered sanction that allows a person to remain in the community under the supervision of a Probation Counselor. Offenders are given court ordered terms and conditions of probation to follow. Conditions of supervision can vary and may include jail time, fines, restitution, community service, treatment, and other sanctions. If the probationer does not comply with the court ordered conditions a violation hearing may be scheduled, and further sanctions may be imposed. There is one Probation Counselor serving the City of Monroe. The mission of the Monroe Municipal Probation Department is to ensure public safety while striving to create a safer community.
Brad Cotton firstname.lastname@example.org 360 863-4525 cell 360 913-3796
Probation appointments are being held in person or by telephone. Please allow one hour for your first probation appointment. The remaining appointments will last approximately 10-20 minutes depending upon individual needs. It is the probationer’s responsibility to know when the appointment is scheduled. No one else will be allowed at the appointment and please avoid having children present when appointment is by telephone. If you have questions regarding your probation conditions, please call and leave a message at 360 913-3796. Messages are reviewed throughout the day.