Our mission is to improve community safety by providing opportunities for positive change.
We accomplish our mission by:
- Protect the community
- Facilitate behavior change through research-based interventions
- Assist clients in meeting the expectations of the court
- Create pathways to successful community reentry
- Collaborate with community and government partners
- Maximize the use of technology to assist in community supervision
- How do I contact a probation officer?
Please call 651-430-6900.
- Where do I fax/email offender documents? (program completions, AA cards, reports)
Documents related to adult offenders may be faxed to 651-430-6999 or emailed to email@example.com. Documents related to juvenile offenders may be faxed to 651-430-6947 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- How do I check if my urine analysis color has been called and I live in Washington County?
If you are a Washington County resident, call the Community Corrections drug testing line at 651-430-6955. •Call each day, Sunday through Thursday, any time after 9:00 a.m. •This message will tell you which colors have been called, the day to provide the sample and which location to submit the sample. •Testing occurs at three locations – listen to the entire message to learn which location will be collecting samples for your color: Stillwater – Washington County Courthouse, 14949 62nd St No, Community Corrections lobby, 2nd floor Cottage Grove – Service Center, 13000 Ravine Pkwy, Community Corrections Room 88 Forest Lake – Headwaters Service Center, 19955 Forest Rd No, Room 1714 •Report to the collection site on the day indicated for your color. •Collection times are any time between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. OR 1:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. •You must present a photo ID and $18.00. •Cash, cashier’s check, money order, Visa or MasterCard credit/debit cards are accepted. •Personal checks are NOT accepted. Your probation officer will be notified of all test results and/or if you fail to submit a sample as scheduled. Failure to report for a scheduled test is a violation of your probation. If you have any questions, please contact your probation officer.
- How do I check if my urine analysis color has been called and I live outside of Washington County?
If you live outside of Washington County you may be assigned to submit tests through RSI Labs in St. Paul. Call their drug testing line at 651-209-6137. • Be sure to listen to the complete message to learn which colors have been called, and the day to provide the sample. • You may call this number any time between 12:00 p.m. (noon) and 10:00 p.m. every day of the week, Sunday through Saturday. • The RSI testing location is RSI Labs, 357 Oneida Street South, St Paul, MN • When your color is called, you must report as indicated. Collection times vary depending on the day, so listen closely to the message. • When submitting a urine sample, you must bring a photo ID and $18.00. You will be able to pay the $18.00 fee with a money order made out to RSI Labs. • Cash, checks, and credit/debit cards are not accepted. Your probation officer will be notified of all test results and/or if you fail to submit a sample as scheduled. Failure to report for a scheduled test is a violation of your probation. If you have any questions, please contact your probation officer.
- How do I contact Sentence to Service?
- Option 1 to report an absence (adult clients)
- Option 2 to report an absence (juvenile clients)
- Option 3 to speak to the program manager
- How much are fees?
FEES Diversion $168 - Supervision Misdemeanor $230 – Supervision Gross Misdemeanor $277 – Supervision Felony $330 - Urinalysis Drug Test $18 - Ocular Drug Test $10 - Urinalysis Positive Confirmation Test $35 - GPS Monitoring Per Day $16 - Electronic Alcohol Monitoring Per Day $13 - Sentence to Service $30 - Repeat Offender DWI Program $100
Note: Fees can be waived based on certain criteria. A waiver application can be requested from a probation officer, picked up at one of the probation offices, or call 651-430-6932 to have an application mailed.
- How do I pay a fee?
Fees assessed on adult cases may be made by calling the payment line at 651-430-6900.
The following fees can be paid by calling the payment line: Diversion, Supervision, Drug Tests (Urine Analysis), Electronic Alcohol Monitoring, Electronic Home Monitoring/GPS, Repeat Offender DWI Program, Theft Education Program.
- How do I make a restitution payment?
Credit/Debit Card Via Phone: 651-430-6279, Option #6
Check or Money Order: Make payable to Court Administration Restitution. Include your file number on check or money order.
Mail Payment to:
Washington County Courthouse
14949 62nd Street North
PO Box 3802
Stillwater, MN 55082-3802
Note: Do not make checks/money orders payable to Community Corrections/Probation.
- How do I email my Probation Officer or Case Management Specialist?
You may email a Washington County Probation Officer or Case Management Specialist if you know the spelling of the person's name by using the email format below. If you do not have the spelling, you may call 651-430-6900 for assistance. Format: FirstName.LastName@co.washington.mn.us Example: John.Doe@co.washington.mn.us
- How do I file a court document such as an order for protection?
Consult the Judicial District Self Help Center for information on court services.
- Who do I call if my account went to collections?
Call 651-430-6962 or email CCDocs-Financial@co.washington.mn.us with your concerns.
- How do I find out when I have my next court date?
Contact the Tenth Judicial District Court Administration at 651-430-6279.
- What is a parental fee?
Parental fee is the legal responsibility both parents have to contribute toward their child’s out-of-home placement, treatment, examination and child care cost. By law, parents are required to pay a fee when their child is a participant in these services. Police-initiated placements such as a 72-hour hold and secure detention are included. Out-of-home placements include: • Family foster care • Shelter care • Group home • Respite care • Residential treatment care • Detention • Correctional Treatment includes: • Chemical dependency • Sex offender • Multi-Systemic Therapy • PLACE
- How can my support costs for out-of-home placement, treatment or community based care be changed?
If you do not agree with your parental fee, you may ask for a review of your account if circumstances such as your income or family size have changed. This review must be requested in writing and sent to Washington County Collections. Your request will be reviewed and you will be notified if your case qualifies for a change in your parental fee under Minnesota law. You may request a right-to-be-heard hearing in front of the juvenile court.
- When will my parental fee begin and how is the fee determined?
Your parental fee responsibility will be effective the date treatment or placement begins and continues throughout the time your child is in placement. How is the fee determined? You will receive financial forms to complete and return to Washington County Collections. It is to your advantage to complete the forms and return them as quickly as possible so that you know what your parental fee will be. Any income you receive on behalf of your child including, but not limited to, child support, SSI, and RSDI shall be paid to Washington County towards your child’s cost of care. The parental fee is based on various factors including: • Parental income (excluding step-parent income) • Household size
- How can I qualify for a fee waiver?
Based on certain criteria you may qualify for a waiver.
To find out if you qualify and to receive an application, call 651-430-6962.
- How do I find out if someone is in a warrant status?
Go to the Sheriff's Office Warrant Search page.