"The Butte County Probation Department is committed to
enhancing public safety through rehabilitation and accountability."
Supervision of offenders on formal probation differs according to the crime and caseload they are placed on. Terms and Conditions of Probation for each case are set by Butte County Superior Court and enforced by the Officer.
Routine office appointments
Drug and alcohol tests
Treatment program enrollment
are common tools Probation Officers use to ensure terms and conditions of probation are followed.
Fines and fees owed by offenders will be outlined in the Terms and Conditions. These can include victim restitution fines, lab testing fines, program fees, court fees, and state fees.
Fines and fees are paid at Superior Court’s Court Compliance. They can be reached at 530.538.7014.
It is the policy of Butte County Probation to respect the fundamental privacy rights of individuals. Probation Officers conduct searches in strict observance of the constitutional rights of persons being searched. All seizures by Probation comply with relevant federal and state law governing the seizure of persons and property.
Law enforcement officers are granted the authority to perform their function based on established legal authority. Probation does not tolerate abuse of law enforcement authority.
Butte County Probation
Oroville Phone: 530.538.7661
Chico Phone: 530.879.7555
Chief Probation Officer
Main OfficeButte County Probation42 County Center DriveOroville, CA 95965
Office Hours:Monday - Friday8:00am to 12:00pm1:00pm to 4:30pmExcludes Holidays
Probation And Community Services1370 Ridgewood Drive, Ste. 22Chico, CA 95973
Juvenile Hall41 County Center DriveOroville, CA 95965
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Community Corrections Partnership
July 15, 2015, From 9 to 11am
Butte County Office of Education
1859 Bird Street
Oroville, CA 95965
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