Court Ordered Probation Conditions


Individuals sentenced to active supervision with the Probation Services department may be ordered to complete several conditions by the Court, or by their Probation Services Case Manager as approved by the Court. If you have questions about what you were ordered to complete on Probation, review your Judgment and Sentencing paperwork, the Order Establishing Conditions of Probation, and/or contact your Probation Services Case Manager.

Proof of Completion

Please submit proof of completed probation conditions in any of the following ways:

  • Forward or submit email attachments to
  • Directly e-mail the assigned Probation Services Case Manager
  • Fax paperwork to (360) 759–6881
  • Drop off completions in person at Probation Services

It is strongly recommended to contact our department or the assigned Case Manager to confirm we received proof of submissions.

Reporting to Assigned Case Manager

Some individuals on active supervision may be required to routinely report in person to their assigned Probation Services Case Manager. Report days are typically established during the initial meeting and intake, and by directive of the Case Manager. Clients with questions about their reporting schedule should directly contact their Case Manager via phone or e–mail.

Evaluation and Comply

The Court may order an individual to complete a specified evaluation or assessment from a state–certified treatment agency and comply with the evaluation’s recommendations for classes or treatment programs (if applicable). Upon completion, a copy of the evaluation with the recommendation must be submitted to Probation Services. If the recommendation is for a treatment program, a release of information for the assigned Case Manager must be signed so the treatment agency can send monthly compliance reports until successful discharge. If the recommendation is for a class, a completion certificate or letter of completion must be submitted. 

Please note that some evaluation appointments may require individuals to bring additional paperwork, such as their Judgment & Sentencing, a copy of the police report, and/or their driver record.

Examples of evaluations the Court may order:
  • Chemical dependency / substance use
  • Mental health
  • Domestic violence
  • Anger
  • Psychosexual

Visit Related Agencies for a list of Washington state–certified treatment agencies.

Deferred Prosecution

Please visit Deferred Prosecution for specific information related to the Deferred Prosecution program requirements, and to sign up for orientation.

Probation Courses

Aggression Control Workshop (Level 1 / Level 2)

The Court may order completion of a Level 1 or Level 2 aggression control workshop, to be completed through a state–certified treatment agency. These educational courses cover topics on conflict resolutions skills, identifying aggressive and controlling behaviors, the impacts of these behaviors, and methods to reduce them. A certificate or letter must be submitted to Probation Services upon successful completion.

Alcohol/Drug Information School (ADIS)

The Washington state alcohol/drug information school (ADIS) class is a one–time educational course on substance use. Topics covered include (but not limited to) the effects of alcohol and drugs, patterns of use, review of current laws, regulations, and consequences of substance use violations, and available resources. A certificate or letter must be submitted to Probation Services upon successful completion.

DUI Victim Impact Panel

Please visit Victims Panel for information on the DUI Victim Impact Panel class.

Probation Services Classes

Please visit Probation Classes for information on classes facilitated by the Probation Services department, including:

  • Decision Points
  • DV–MRT
  • Thinking 4 A Change (T4C)
Examples of other classes the Court may order:
  • Defensive Driving
  • Parenting Skills
  • Petty Theft / Consumer Awareness
  • Traffic Safety School

Visit Related Agencies for a list of treatment agencies offering these classes.

Conditions Ordered

Community Restitution

Community restitution is an alternative sentencing program which includes work crew and community service. Community restitution is managed through the Mabry Center. Visit Work Crew/Mabry for information on how to sign up for community restitution and contact information. Please note that individuals on active supervision with Probation Services will have a separate Case Manager for community restitution.

DNA Sample Submission

Some criminal convictions require individuals to submit a DNA sample. Individuals court ordered to submit a DNA sample will be given information on their Judgment & Sentencing paperwork, as well as by Probation Services, on where and how to submit. All arresting agencies will require valid photo identification and court paperwork listing the order for DNA submission with the current charge. Some arresting agencies will require a scheduled appointment.

Electronic Home Monitoring (EHM) / Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM)

EHM, with or without alcohol monitoring, can be used as an alternative to jail confinement. For information on EHM and SCRAM, visit Electronic Home Monitoring Services.

No Contact Order

The Court may order an individual to not go upon the property of or have contact with a protected party, which can include specific persons or locations.

No criminal violations of the law or alcohol related infractions

Probation Services will conduct routine records checks to monitor for potential criminal activity of individuals on probation throughout the jurisdiction of their supervision.

Not drive a motor vehicle without a valid license and proof of insurance

The Court may order that an individual not drive without a valid license and insurance as a condition of their probation. Probation Services will conduct routine records checks to monitor for potential citations throughout the jurisdiction of the client’s supervision.

Use no alcoholic beverages, cannabis, or non-prescribed controlled drugs

Clients on active supervision may be subject to random drug and alcohol testing by their assigned Probation Services Case Manager, through substance use treatment, or both. Testing at Probation Services can be completed via various methods, including but not limited to: urinalysis (UA), oral swabs, and breathalyzers. Clients with valid medical prescriptions must provide a copy of the prescription(s) to their assigned Case Manager and treatment provider as soon as possible.