Probation Guidelines & Policies
Levels of Probation Supervision
- 654.2 W&I - Informal probation supervision of minor in lieu of Wardship for a period of time not to exceed six months.
(a) W&I - Non-Wardship is a probation grant without Wardship. Minor is placed under the supervision of the Probation Officer for a period not to exceed six months.
(b) W&I - Wardship is a probation grant where the minor is adjudged a Ward of the Court. Minor is placed under the supervision of the Probation Officer for a period not to exceed six months.
- 790 W&I - Deferred Entry of Judgment (DEJ
)- a treatment program for first time felony offenders. Charges are dismissed upon successful completion of the 12-36 month program.
- 602 W&I - Minor adjudged a Ward of the Court and placed on formal probation.
- 727 W&I - Minor is placed on non-supervised Court Probation with special conditions of probation.
Possible Terms & Conditions of Probation
- Attend counseling and/or educational classes
- Complete community service hours
- Complete Juvenile Work Project hours
- Comply with search and seizure guidelines
- Obey curfew order
- Pay fines and/or restitution, Restricted drivers license
- Submit to DNA testing
- Submit to drug testing
Fines & Restitution
An order is made in court regarding the amount of fines and restitution to be paid by the minor and/or parents.
Department of Revenue and Recovery will assist in collecting this debt. Contact the department at:
10810 Justice Center Drive
Roseville, CA 95678
- Section 296 of the Penal Code
- Any juvenile who is adjudicated a Ward of the Court under Section 602 of the Welfare and Institutions Code for committing a felony offense must submit their DNA.
- Any person who is required to register under Section 290 of the Penal Code (sex offense) is also required to submit their DNA.
Length of Time on Probation
- For a Misdemeanor offense, probation will supervise a minor for a minimum of 6 months.
- For a Felony offense, probation will supervise a minor for a minimum of 1 year.
- Juvenile Offenders can remain on Juvenile Probation until the age of 21, or in more serious cases to the age of 25 if committed to the Department of Juvenile Justice.