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Mission Statement

The mission of the Yavapai County Adult Probation Department is to enhance community safety by:

Holding probationers accountable to

  • Crime victims,
  • The Court, and
  • The Community.

Reducing or eliminating future criminal behavior through

  • Accurate and ongoing assessment,
  • Appropriate, evidence-based treatment,
  • Individualized case management, and
  • Monitoring behavior.

The Court places an individual on probation by suspending the individual’s sentencing and granting probation supervision for a specified period of time on the promise of good behavior and to abide by specific court-ordered conditions of probation. The Adult Probation Department provides risk/need assessments, pre-sentence investigations and reports, community supervision, and a variety of programs for the Limited Jurisdiction and Superior Courts.

The purpose of probation supervision in Yavapai County is to enhance community safety, reduce recidivism, and avoid the creation of new victims in the community. At pre-sentence and post-sentence, individuals are assessed using state-approved assessment tools and supervised according to their potential risk to re-offend. Individualized supervision plans are developed based on the probationer’s needs and risks, to include specific interventions such as, placement in treatment, enrollment in education, or development of job search strategies.

The Adult Probation Department is funded by multiple sources, to include the State, County, and probationer-assessed Probation Service Fees.

John C. Morris, Chief Officer of Yavapai County Adult Probation

John C. Morris

Chief Officer

Appointed August 2014
Primary Business Address:
255 East Gurley Street
2nd Floor
Prescott, AZ 86301
Phone: (928) 771-3332
Fax: (928) 771-3112

Our Values

The probation department and its staff:

  • Work in partnership with the local criminal justice system, service providers and the community;
  • Work with integrity and professionalism, treating all people with respect; and
  • Believe that offenders can change.

Vision Statement

SAFE COMMUNITIES THROUGH POSITIVE CHANGE
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