People entering the Courthouse will no longer be required wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to mandatory health and security screenings at the entrance to the Courthouse, please arrive early for any court proceeding that you must attend. If you are running a fever, DO NOT COME TO COURT. You will be denied entry. You may but are not required to wear a mask when coming to court. Please review notices elsewhere on this web site for updated information.
The Clermont County Common Pleas Court Adult Probation Department was established in 1955 and provided probation services to offenders in Clermont County. Today, there are two Adult Probation Departments in Clermont County serving Common Pleas and Municipal Courts.
The Common Pleas Adult Probation Department is located in the Common Pleas Courthouse at 270 East Main Street, Batavia. The Common Pleas Adult Probation Department provides services to felony cases and information on this website is in reference to this department.
Hours of operation for Common Pleas Adult Probation are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday except legal holidays. For assistance please call 513-732-7265. A map to the Common Pleas Adult Probation Department is attached HERE.
If you should need information about the separate department, the Municipal Court Adult Probation Department is located at 4430 State Route 222, Batavia. The Municipal Court Adult Probation Department provides services to misdemeanor cases and can be contacted only via phone at 513-732-8100.
The mission of the Clermont County Adult Probation Department is to fulfill the needs of the Common Pleas Court, to provide protection for the community, to facilitate reparation to victims, and to assist probationers as they move through the stages of positive behavior change.
We are committed to serving the Common Pleas Court by conducting accurate and reliable presentence investigation reports and by providing meaningful supervision of offenders.
We are committed to serving the community by maintaining public safety through appropriate supervision and monitoring of offenders and by reducing recidivism through providing meaningful and motivational intervention services to offenders.
We are committed to serving victims by facilitating victim input through victim impact statements and collection of court-ordered restitution.
Contact the Probation Department
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Main Office Number 513-732-7265