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Contact Information:
  • MAILING ADDRESS:
  • PO Box 67
  • Centreville MI, 49032

  • OFFICE LOCATION:
  • 3B District Court
  • 125 W. Main St.
  • Centreville MI, 49032
  • Courts Building-Main Floor
  • 3B District Court Probation
  • Courts Building-Lower Level
  • PHONE NUMBERS:
  • Criminal Division: (269) 467-5585
  • Traffic Division: (269) 467-5503
  • Probation Division: (269) 467-5541
  • Civil Division: (269) 467-5505
  • General: (269) 467-5627
  • Fax: (269) 467-5611

Probation Division

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Sentencing by the court may result in probation, which requires specified periods of time that an individual must report to a Probation Officer of this division.

Probation Division General Contact Information

3B District Court
Probation Department
125 W. Main St, P.O. Box 67
Centreville, MI 49032

Office: (269) 467-5541
Fax: (269) 467-5611

Hours of operation are Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
The probation department is located in the lower level of the District Courts Building.

Closed on County Holidays

CONTACTS:
Gina Wagner
Probation Officer
Autumne Keifer
Probation Officer/Magistrate
Daniel Frazine
Probation Officer

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of programming can probationers expect?

A: Each probationer will receive individual programming depending on their charges and circumstances. The probation department uses programs such as:

  • Economic Education Course and Embezzler’s Group services
  • Anger Management and Domestic Violence Group services
  • Alcohol Highway Safety Class
  • Substance Abuse classes for drug and alcohol problems
  • Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
  • Sobriety Court is also offered to offenders who fit the criteria
  • Community Service,
  • Alcoholic Anonymous,
  • Narcotics Anonymous,
  • Celebrate Recovery, and
  • Other various services that may be suitable.

Q: What types of aids do the probation officers use in supervising probationers?

A: Probation officers use a variety of methods depending on the charge and circumstances of the probationer. The 3 B District Court probation department does make use of alcohol and drug screening, vehicle immobilization, and language interpreters available with advance notice for non-English speaking clients.

Q: How much does alcohol and drug testing cost a probationer?

A: Cost vary, depending on the type of test being administered and if the test has to be sent out for confirmation results.

Policy for Reporting to Probation

  • Please report on time for all appointments on the day scheduled for your appointment.
  • An appointment may only be rescheduled in the event of an emergency (documentation required at next appointment after the emergency), or upon approval of the probation officer.
  • Please give 48 hours notice for a request of a rescheduled appointment. You must speak to your probation officer directly to request an appointment change. Phone messages are not acceptable.
  • Please arrange time and transportation for all appointments (work schedule, other appointments, or lack of transportation are not acceptable excuses.)
  • Please consult the public transportation offered by the CTA if you do not have your own transportation. Phone number (269) 273-7808 or 1-800-964-5700 or the web site for St. Joseph County Transit Authority.
  • The assigned reporting days are the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Thursdays of the month.
  • The reporting times are between 8:30 am - 11:45 am or 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm.