711 E Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 874-1500
Fax: (916) 874-1502
Probation Officers in the Probation Department Adult Court Services Division provide a variety of services for the Sacramento County Superior Courts:
Officers prepare pre-sentence investigation (PSI) reports that contain information about the offense, character of the offender, history, family environment, victim impact and restitution and address the California Rules of Court. The recommendations for sentencing are presented to the court. It is the Judge's discretion to accept the recommendations or hand down a different sentence.
Note: The PSI report is available to the public for 60 days from the date of sentencing and can be obtained from the Sacramento Superior Court. For more information on requesting a presentencing report, call (916) 874-5522.
Drug Diversion (PC1000), probation officers provide the Court a progress report pertaining to adjustment and success in the diversion program.
Officers assigned as Court Liaisons are assigned to the Jail Home Courts and the Courthouse, and represent the Probation Department in matters of probation violations, generate probation conditions on waived referrals, assist other probation officers on Court matters, conduct follow-up investigations on select cases and assist department clerks and judges to expedite the court calendar. Additionally, the liaisons work in collaboration with the District Attorney and Public Defender Offices to help resolve probation related issues.
Officers in the Restitution Unit determine victim restitution on waived and state prison sentenced cases.
Officers in the Jurisdictional Transfers Unit process and coordinate mandatory transfers to a defendant's county of residence. Officers verify the defendant's out of county address and monitor the probationer's status until the transfer has been completed. The unit coordinates the transfer of Sacramento County adult probation supervision cases between counties within the State of California.
Expungements and Early Terminations
When conditions of release have been completed, expungement, early terminations, and charge reduction may be available. For more information, contact (916) 875-2837 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information regarding expungement clinics can be found at http://vlsp.org/criminal.asp.