There are 2 Probation Departments in Colorado Springs, Colorado, serving a population of 450,000 people in an area of 196 square miles. There is 1 Probation Department per 225,000 people, and 1 Probation Department per 97 square miles.
In Colorado, Colorado Springs is ranked 20th of 568 cities in Probation Departments per capita, and 20th of 568 cities in Probation Departments per square mile.
Find Colorado Springs, Colorado probation departments, such as adult, juvenile, state, and federal probation courts and offices.
El Paso County Probation Department 270 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO
Teller County Probation Department 270 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs Probation Departments and Parole Offices are government agencies that oversee court-ordered probations that have been imposed as an alternative to incarceration in Colorado Springs, CO. Probation orders are comprised of conditions that an offender must meet in order to avoid jail or other sanctions. The implementation of probation orders, often referred to as community-based supervision, is the responsibility of the Colorado Springs Probation Office. The goals of a Probation Department include reducing the likelihood that offenders will commit additional crimes and rehabilitating adult and juvenile offenders.You may contact the Department of Probation for questions about: