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Probation and Parole Services

Probation and Parole Overview

The Probation and Parole Division supervises approximately 3,600 justice involved individuals. It is made up of specialized teams to serve a variety of people. This includes supervision teams for: 

  • sex crimes 
  • domestic violence 
  • substance abuse 
  • individuals experiencing mental illness 
  • women 

Supervision is a tool to meet court-ordered conditions while helping justice involved individuals live successfully in the community. At Probation and Parole, people are connected to resources that help with long-term stability, like finding a job, being in treatment and skill building programs, and creating a system of community supports.  

Probation and Parole has three levels of supervision: Level I, Level II, and Case Bank.  

  • Level I Supervision 

    • Higher risk individuals  

    • Requires regular face-to-face contact and participation in treatment 

    • Home visits and drug screening are done as necessary 

  • Level II Supervision 

    • Lower risk individuals  

    • Usually requires only quarterly contact with a Probation and Parole Officer 

    • Must follow the conditions of supervision to remain on Level II 

  • Case Bank 

    • Participant earns their way to case bank by following supervision conditions 

    • Not required to report in person to their Probation and Parole Officer  

    • Monitored with file reviews, treatment reports, and court accounting records

News

Washington County Family Sentencing Alternative Pilot Program

Washington County is one of five Oregon counties providing a pilot program to prevent children from entering the foster care system as a result of incarcerated parents. The program is also designed to promote reunification of families and reduce the likelihood of further involvement in the criminal justice system.

Public Safety Alert

Please call 9-1-1 if you see Dustin Westling of Hillsboro, a 30-year-old white male who absconded August 3rd from court-ordered supervision.