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Databases Updated on Nov 18, 2019

What Information is Available in Probation Reports?

Probations

Probations

You’re one step away from finding out who is on probation, what are the conditions of their probation and who violated these terms. Community, Supervised, Unsupervised, Shock or Crime-related probations, we cover them all with a fast online search.

Arrests & Warrants

Arrests & Warrants

Use our advanced indexing system to get through to thousands of records with Suspects’ Names, Date and Location of Crimes they committed, Warrants, Date when Charges were Filed, Case Number, Case type, Court Name and Charge category. Right here, with a click.

Criminal Records

Criminal Records

Get to know if someone has ever been found guilty of Theft, Armed Robbery, Kidnapping, Murder, Assault, Rape, Fraud, and more. All Criminal Convictions, Felonies, Misdemeanors, and even Mugshots are instantly available on your screen.

Incarcerations

Incarcerations

Every time you hit the “Search” button, you’ll access information sourced from Inmate records, Prison Records and Jail Records. Get to know Inmates’ Names, Dates and Locations of Detention, Charges, Name and Address of the Facility, Estimated Release Date and more.

What are Probation Records?

What are Probation Records?

Probation Records track a person’s probation sentence progress, as it’s carefully supervised by their probation officer. The offender has the right to inspect these detailed logs. Being the subject of these recordings, the offender also has the right to request changes, if they believe the information is inaccurate.

Together with parole, probation is an alternative to detention. The difference between the two is that while parole is for criminals who were imprisoned but were released before finishing their sentence, probation happens before the criminal is imprisoned. If they break the terms of their probation, they go to prison. Therefore, probation is a chance given to first-time offenders or low-risk criminals to pay for their crimes without doing time. Defendants are released into their community under the conditions of their probation. As long as they follow the tasks assigned by the probation officer, they can avoid prison. If they meet all the requirements, they could be free again. Use our lookup tool to find the probation information you need, from Probation Type to Criminal’s Full Name and their Probation Conditions.

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