Probation / Supervised Release Services

Traditional Probation


Traditional probation for adults includes supervision / investigation for persons 18 years and older who are found guilty of any traffic or criminal offense. For more information contact a member of the Community Corrections Traditional Probation - Adults staff.

Juvenile Probation / Parole Services


Traditional probation for juveniles includes investigation / supervision of minors committing offenses prior to 18 years of age. For more information contact a member of the Community Corrections Traditional Probation - Juveniles staff.

Enhanced Supervision of Sex Offenders


Enhanced supervision of sex offenders includes supervision and monitoring throughout treatment and post-treatment. For more information contact Liz Stier or Paul Ahearn
 

Pretrial Supervision


The Pretrial Supervision Program(PSP) is intended to maintain public safety while allowing non-violent detained persons to be released from jail pending pretrial Court hearings. They will receive community-based supervision and have early access to resources as desired. Public safety and Court appearance are the primary goals of the program, with jail population reduction an ancillary benefit.

Pretrial Supervision (Conditional Release Violators)


The Pretrial Supervision Program(PSP) for conditional release violators is intended to maintain public safety and maximize the release of persons that have violated their conditions of release. They will receive community-based supervision and have early access to resources as desired. Public safety and Court appearance are the primary goals of the program, with jail population reduction an ancillary benefit.The Pretrial Supervision Program(PSP) is intended to maintain public safety while allowing non-violent detained persons to be released from jail pending pretrial Court hearings. They will receive community-based supervision and have early access to resources as desired. Public safety and Court appearance are the primary goals of the program, with jail population reduction an ancillary benefit.

Supervised Community Service Programs


Blue Earth County supervised community service programs consist of one adult program. The crew works for county, state, city and non-profit organizations throughout the Blue Earth County area. Jobs completed in the past include yard work, painting, shoveling, house renovations, handicap ramps, and many other service-oriented duties. For more information contact Eric Olson.

Submit a Request


To submit a request for the Sentence-to-Serve Program to help with a project, please complete the online Project Request Sheet