Texas Probation Department

Find Texas probation departments, such as adult, juvenile, state, and federal probation courts and offices. Probation departments provide information on parole officers, community service, parole number lookups, violation and warrant searches, and job employment.


Probation Departments by County

Anderson County Andrews County Angelina County Atascosa County Austin County Bailey County Bandera County Baylor County Bell County Bexar County Bowie County Brazoria County Brazos County Brewster County Brooks County Brown County Burnet County Caldwell County Calhoun County Cameron County Cass County Chambers County Cherokee County Childress County Cochran County Collin County Comal County Cooke County Coryell County Crane County Crosby County Culberson County Dallam County Dallas County Dawson County DeWitt County Deaf Smith County Denton County Duval County Eastland County Ector County El Paso County Ellis County Erath County Falls County Fannin County Fayette County Floyd County Fort Bend County Frio County Gaines County Galveston County Garza County Goliad County Gray County Grayson County Gregg County Grimes County Guadalupe County Hale County Hamilton County Hardin County Harris County Harrison County Hartley County Haskell County Hays County Hemphill County Henderson County Hidalgo County Hill County Hockley County Hood County Hopkins County Houston County Howard County Hunt County Hutchinson County Jackson County Jasper County Jefferson County Johnson County Jones County Karnes County Kaufman County Kendall County Kerr County Kleberg County La Salle County Lamar County Lampasas County Lavaca County Leon County Liberty County Limestone County Lubbock County Lynn County Madison County Matagorda County Maverick County McCulloch County McLennan County Medina County Midland County Montague County Montgomery County Moore County Nacogdoches County Navarro County Nolan County Nueces County Ochiltree County Orange County Palo Pinto County Panola County Parker County Pecos County Polk County Potter County Randall County Reagan County Red River County Reeves County Refugio County Robertson County Rockwall County Rusk County San Patricio County Scurry County Shelby County Smith County Starr County Sutton County Swisher County Tarrant County Taylor County Terry County Titus County Tom Green County Travis County Trinity County Tyler County Upshur County Uvalde County Val Verde County Van Zandt County Victoria County Walker County Waller County Ward County Washington County Webb County Wharton County Wichita County Wilbarger County Willacy County Williamson County Wilson County Winkler County Wise County Wood County Yoakum County Young County Zapata County

What does a Probation Department do?

A probation department monitors ex-offenders as well as people charged with crimes who are awaiting trial or sentencing. A probation department almost always administers random drug tests and works to keep people from re-offending or harming other members of the communities where they live. Most probation departments also provide assistance to ex-offenders to help them develop essential life skills. sentence.

Commonly asked questions about Probation Departments

What will happen if I violate my probation?

If you violate your probation, the probation officer is required to take action including notifying the judge who presides over your case. Sanctions may include imposing stricter conditions of supervision or returning to prison or jail. If there are serious violations, you may receive additional criminal charges or be sentenced by the court to a longer period of incarceration.

Can I move, or travel out of the state when I am on probation?

Traveling out of the state while on probation is allowed if it's within the limits of the court order, the parole officer agrees, and you get the required travel permit.

How can I seal my probation record?

If you are an adult offender or a juvenile delinquent and want to avoid having your data publicly available for violation and warrant searches, you can ask for your record to be sealed by filing a petition with the court.