Juvenile Probation Officers

Duties & Responsibilities
The Hall County Juvenile Probation Officers are the direct contact agents with the youths on probation. Most Probation Officers are assigned to children who attend specific schools so that the officers work in a small geographic area. The officer's job is to help the child succeed on probation, but they are also responsible for enforcing the directives issued by the Juvenile Court.

Complying With Court Orders
The Juvenile Probation Officers visits the youthful offenders at school, home, and other locations on any given day or night to ensure compliance with the Juvenile Court's orders. Any violation of the court's orders by a juvenile offender is referred to the assigned Probation Officer for recommendation to the Juvenile Court for consequences. The Juvenile Probation Officer is required to maintain a detailed record of contacts and conduct of their assigned juvenile offender.