Kristine M. Maloney, Director
175 Arsenal Street, 6th Floor
Watertown, New York 13601
Phone: (315)785-3065 or (315)785-3058
Fax: Adult Services (315)785-3299, Juvenile Services (315) 785-5094
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., plus evening Report Stations in Chaumont, Carthage, Adams, Clayton, and Theresa.
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. July and August
The mission of the Jefferson County Probation Department is foremost the protection of the community by offering services aimed toward the rehabilitation of offenders. This is achieved by providing supervision of individuals sentenced to or placed on Probation, providing pre-sentence and pre-dispositional investigations to the various courts to aid in sentencing, providing Intake services for Family Court, and providing efficient and cost effective alternatives to incarceration programs.
Types Of Services, Assistance
Referrals accepted from police agencies, schools, courts, and social agencies. Also from family members or the individual on an appointment basis.
Pre-Trial Release - Alternatives to Incarceration Program
The Alternatives to Incarceration Program is managed and conducted in accordance with the standards promulgated by New York State Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives. In 1989, Jefferson County Probation developed our ATI program in order to identify and assess pre-trial detainees to determine whether they were appropriate candidates for non-financial release, to recommend such release to courts whenever possible, and to provide supervision as specified by court-ordered release conditions. Please feel free to contact Probation Supervisor Todd Murrock at (315)785-3248 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Probation Employment Liaison Officer
The Jefferson County Probation Department recognizes the importance of sustained employment for individuals under community supervision. Employment provides individuals a means to self-sufficiency and the ability to support their families, as well as the capacity to structure their time in positive ways. Probation also understands the needs of area employers and their ability to ask questions of probation officers about work schedules and other work environment related issues. Accordingly, the Jefferson County Probation Department has designated a single point of contact or Probation Employment Liaison officer to communicate with area employers.
Please feel free to contact Sr. Probation Officer Michelle Gentry at (315)786-6992 or via email at email@example.com if you are an area employer who has any general questions about probation conditions relating to employment, employment opportunities for individuals on probation, or if you have any other employment related questions or concerns.
Domestic Violence Liaison Officer
The role of the liaison is to collaborate with law enforcement and domestic violence programs to promote victim safety while ensuring the probationer is held accountable. Please feel free to contact Probation Officer Tracy J. Quinn at (315) 785-3071 for further information.