- 95 percent of probationers did not re-offend while on probation
- 84 percent of probationers completed their community service obligations as ordered by the court
- Non-profit agencies realized a costs savings of $14,618 by utilizing the juvenile supervised community service work program
In cases involving victims (excluding traffic violations), the court may order the probationer to compensate the victim(s) for out-of-pocket losses. A total of $5,669 was collected in the form of restitution in 2013.
The most common offenses resulting in Probation involvement in Longmont in 2013:
- Compulsory Insurance
- Underage consumption/ possession of alcohol
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
- Possession of Marijuana
The primary function of the Longmont Municipal Probation Department is to reduce recidivism and criminal behavior. To accomplish this, Probation Officers often find they must strike a difficult balance between punishment and rehabilitation. For the safety of the community, Probation Officers must ensure probationers comply with the terms and conditions of their sentences. At the same time, Probation Officers extend themselves to provide probationers with the services and resources they need to become functioning members of our community. As a service arm to the Longmont Municipal Judge, the Probation Department provides pre-sentence investigations, supervision and monitoring of probationers, assessment and referral to local and state resources and restitution investigation for victims. The Probation Department is a division under the Longmont Municipal Court, Presiding Judge Robert Frick, in and for the City of Longmont.
On this section of the site, you will find:
- Probation Docket Schedule
- Outline of Probation Process
- List of Community Service Agencies
- Probation Staff Directory
To contact us:
Longmont Municipal Probation is located at the west end of the main lobby in the Safety and Justice Center (225 Kimbark St.). Normal business hours are 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. If you have additional questions, please call the Probation Department at (303) 774-4744. Se habla Espanol.