You must contact your Probation Officer 48 hours prior to the appointment and ask if you can be rescheduled. Failure to do so could result in a probation violation hearing.
1200 Ontario Street - Justice Center
6th Floor - Courts Tower
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Phone: (216) 664-4930
Fax: (216) 664-4267
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Eastside Satellite Office The Carl B. Stokes Social Service Mall
6001 Woodland Ave. #2820
Cleveland, Ohio 44104
Phone: (216) 664-6181
Fax: (216) 420-8762
Westside Satellite Office
1440 West 117th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44111
Phone: (216) 420-8830
Fax: (216) 420-8848
Probationers who seek a transfer of their supervision to another Cleveland Municipal Court Probation Office, City or State, must first discuss their request with the assigned Probation Officer.
All inter-office transfer requests will be reviewed by the unit supervisor before a decision is made. The probationer must be able to clearly state the necessity of the transfer.
All requests to transfer to another city or state must be thoroughly reviewed by the unit supervisor before it is sent to the Chief Probation Officer and the Judge for final approval. Probationers must be able to meet court ordered conditions. Probationers moving out of state will be required to sign an Interstate Compact Agreement.
The Common Pleas Court Probation Department can be reached at (216) 443-7900. They also have offices in the Marion Building on the 5th floor, (216) 348-4850, and the 6th floor, (216) 443-5514.
Electronically Monitored House Arrest (EMHA)
Judges may order offenders to serve all or part of a jail sentence at an approved residence if the offender agrees to be continuously monitored on a certified electronic house arrest system. Offenders must agree to follow all court ordered conditions to remain on the system. Individuals who fail to comply are returned to the court for violation proceedings and no credit is given for time served on the electronic system. All costs for the electronic house arrest are paid by the offender.
Ignition interlock is a Breathalyzer attached to the ignition of a motor vehicle, and is designed to prevent an alcohol or drug impaired person from starting and driving a motor vehicle. The Court may order an ignition interlock as a condition for obtaining restricted driving privileges. The Probation Department processes all paperwork needed when the Court orders an interlock to be installed, and can provide additional information and instruction about installation and cost.
The Cleveland Parma Office of the BMV can be reached at (440) 885-0844. The reinstatement office can be reached at (216) 787-3040.
Restitution is compensation that is made to the complainant or victim of a case.
Contact the Probation Department reception desk at (216) 664-4930 for assistance.
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