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Can I find out who is on probation?
Due to regulations regarding confidentiality, the public is unable to access this information. The Probation Department can accept information from the public to assist in supervising cases and effectively protecting the community. Crime victims are advised when a violation of probation occurs.

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1. Can I find out who is on probation?
2. Do I have a warrant?
3. Where is Juvenile Delinquency Court held, and when?
4. Can I get a copy of a probation report?
5. What is the difference between adult formal supervised probation and "court probation"?
6. How can I get an early termination from probation?
7. What are my rights to possess firearms if I'm on probation?
8. What can I do with an out-of-control teen?
9. What is the difference between adult probation, adult parole, and Post Release Community Supervision?
10. How do I get my adult record expunged, get a certificate of rehabilitation, and a pardon?
11. How do I get my juvenile records sealed?
12. When can my child come home from Juvenile Hall?
13. Can I vote while on probation, post release community supervision (PRCS) or mandatory supervision?