Sutter County Probation Department will resume normal business hours beginning June 29, 2020
The health of our community is important to us. Please adhere to the latest orders of the Governor’s office and our Bi-County Public Health Officer, Dr. Luu.
If an office visit is necessary, there are a few things to know before you come to see us.
Do not visit our offices if you are exhibiting any of the following symptoms:
- Fever or feeling feverish (chills, sweating, aches)
- Persistent cough
- Shortness of breath
- Facial coverings are required, please bring yours with you
- Maintain distance of 6 feet or more from others (non-household members)
- Avoid unnecessary physical contact, including handshakes
Health screen questions will be provided to you upon your arrival to our offices. If you are experiencing or exhibiting any of the symptoms above, you will be asked to return on a future date.
As a reminder, our office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00-5:00
For payments, please visit the Treasurers Office Tuesday-Thursday from 10am-1pm, drop your payment in the blue box outside their building, or mail it to PO Box 466 Yuba City, CA 95992
The department is divided into two units: Juvenile Services and Adult Services. These units provide prevention, intervention and rehabilitative services, as well as investigations and supervision. Juvenile prevention and supervision services include probation officers assigned to Yuba City High School, River Valley High School, Gray Avenue Middle School, and Positive Attendance for Yuba City Unified School District, as well as Feather River Academy for Sutter County Superintendent of Schools. Other specialized programs include Adult Recovery Court, PC 1210 Supervision, CHOICES substance use disorder counseling, Batterer’s Treatment, and Public Safety Realignment Education and Employment for adults, and for minors, Intensive Supervision, Functional Family Therapy, Parent Project, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) and Aftercare Program for those minors committed to the Maxine Singer Youth Guidance Center.
What is Probation?The answer can differ greatly from state to state however probation in California has evolved to become one of the leaders in the use of evidence-based practices to help implement positive behavior change. Watch this video to find out more about how California Probation is Leading The Change in policy and in the lives of our clients.
- Serve the community by forming and maintaining partnerships with other agencies, law enforcement, schools, and the community
- Evaluate the needs of the individuals and families we serve and support a course for their success
- Promote community safety by providing thorough and objective reports to the Court
- Monitor compliance with the law and Court orders and promote responsible behavior
- Assist victims in seeking restitution, communicate on their behalf and protect their well-being
Adult Probation & Adult Resource Center/Administration