District Court Probation

Probation is a sentencing alternative that allows the offender to live in the community under the supervision of a probation officer.  It is based on the philosophy that the rehabilitation of some offenders will occur through the benefit from the support and encouragement of a supervised freedom rather than the need for incarceration.

A supervised term of probation begins at the moment of sentencing.  An average district court probation term will generally span from six months to two years.  The term is decided by the judge and monitored by a probation officer.  The Judge may also set a jail penalty, or hold a jail penalty in abeyance, which may be enforced if the probation terms are not followed.

The Probation Office can be reached at (810) 245-4785

Fax #  (810) 667-0425

Probation Clerk
Megan Prykucki (810) 245-4785  (Main Line)

Jean Bauer (810) 245-4787    


Nicholas Cole (810) 245-4789


David Massaro (810) 245-4786


Stephanie Stokes (810) 245-4788