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Restitution

A defendant may be ordered to pay the victim for damages occurred as a result of the crime committed.  The Victim Impact Statement or Restitution Request Form helps in determining the amount.  This statement is the critical first step toward recovery of damages.  It is very important that the victim make any request for restitution as early as possible in the process.

Restitution is an order of the court by which offenders are held accountable for the financial losses they caused to the victims of their crimes. Once the offender has been sentenced and the court has ordered the amount to be paid as restitution, a payment schedule is established that details when payments must be made to the court for distribution to the victim.

You may pursue collection of restitution from the defendant in the same manner as a civil judgment. This is your right as a victim. If you choose to pursue collection on your own, you need to notify the court, in writing, of your intent.  Restitution Orders from the Longmont Municipal Court may be entered as a civil judgment in the District Court.

 

What are the most common offenses resulting in Probation in the Longmont Municipal Court?

  1. Theft
  2. Underage Possession or Consumption of Alcohol
  3. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  4. Possession of Marijuana
  5. Assault

Statement of the Longmont Municipal Probation

The Longmont Municipal Probation is committed to public safety, victim and community reparation through offender accountability, skill and competency development and services to the Longmont community.


The Longmont Municipal Probation is a division of the Longmont Judicial Department.  Probation supervises and monitors both adult and juvenile offenders.

Among the many services provided includes the supervision and monitoring of probationers, pre-sentence investigations, assessment for services and treatment options, the Longmont Juvenile Community Service program, restorative justice programs, outside referrals for local and state resources, restitution investigation for victims, and Project R.E.W.i.N.D,

On this website, you will find:

To contact us:

Longmont Municipal Probation is located at the west end of the main lobby in the Safety and Justice Center, 225 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO  80501.

Normal business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

If you have additional questions, please call the Longmont Municipal Probation at (303) 774-4744. Se habla Espanol.



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