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G.P.S . Guiding Probation Success. What is success?. Our definition of success What do you want from probation supervision?. What Probation Can Not Do. WORK MIRACLES. WHY GPS?. The Probation Unit considers guardians our most valuable resource

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what is success
What is success?
  • Our definition of success
  • What do you want from probation supervision?
why gps
WHY GPS?
  • The Probation Unit considers guardians our most valuable resource
  • Provide knowledge to parents/guardians so that they can be “Informed Supervisors”
  • Support parents/guardians and families through the probation process
levels of supervision
Levels of Supervision
  • Teen Court
  • Informal Probation
  • Pending Hearing Supervision
  • Formal Probation
      • At the Greene County Youth Academy
      • With Children’s Division involvement
court process
Court Process
  • Detention hearing
    • Petition and notices
      • Jurisdiction
        • Disposition
          • Motion to Modify
jdai juvenile detention alternative initiative
JDAIJuvenile Detention Alternative Initiative

JDTA

Case Processing

Release

Conditions of Confinement

Detention

Alternatives to Detention

Collaboration

DMC

Special Detention Cases

Data Driven Decisions

supervision expectations
Supervision Expectations
  • Treatment Expectations
    • Individualized
    • Based on needs
    • May change

Contacts

  • Parents and Guardians
  • Home visits
  • School visits
your responsibility to probation officer
Your ResponsibilityTo Probation Officer
  • Contact with the Probation Officer
  • How does that change for levels of supervision?
  • What should I report to the Probation Officer?
your responsibility to my child
Your ResponsibilityTo my child
  • Keep your kids safe
  • Discipline
  • Transportation
  • Be a partner with school
conditions of probation
Conditions of Probation
  • Typical Rules
          • What do they mean?
  • Individualized Rules
          • Reasons for specialized conditions

Individualized Rules = Individualized Expectations

classification and progress
Classification and Progress

Informal vs Formal

Frequency of contact

Length of Supervision

Graduated Responses

Family Influence

probation
Probation

Balanced and Restorative Justice

  • What is BARJ?
  • How probation is designed for BARJ?
resources
Resources
  • Drug treatment
  • Individual and family Therapy
  • Anger Management and mediation
  • Educational support
  • Family support services
  • Mental Health Evaluation
  • Juvenile Office Programs

How can we help you?

How can we help your child?

probation s most valuable resource
Probation’s most valuable Resource

Parents/Guardians and Families

completion
Completion

Informal

Process

Successful vs Unsuccessful

Formal

Process

Successful vs Unsuccessful

in the future
In the Future
  • Applying for a job
  • Criminal background check
  • Military
  • College
contacts
Contacts

Zach Adams - Supervisor, Informal

417-829-6117

Zach.adams@courts.mo.gov

Susan Cox – Supervisor, Formal

417-829-6145

Susan.cox@courts.mo.gov