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Hurricane and Emergency Information
United States District Court / Southern District of Florida


OPERATIONS DURING COVID-19 VIRUS EMERGENCY


The United States Probation Office is open; however, we have taken precautionary steps due to the COVID-19 virus and will not allow persons on supervision, or the public, access to our offices unless they have an appointment or specifically directed to do so. If you start to exhibit any symptoms of coronavirus (coughing, difficulty breathing, fever), please contact your officer immediately. Anyone exhibiting signs of the COVID-19 virus should not report to the probation office. If you are a new release from custody (i.e. pretrial, BOP, prison, jail etc..), please contact your officer before reporting to the office. If you are not aware of who your officer is, contact the office in the county of your approved residence located at the “Offices” link on this web page and press zero for further assistance or leave a message and someone will return your call to give you reporting instructions.



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Mission Statement

The U.S. Probation Office for the Southern District of Florida serves the federal district and magistrate courts by providing investigative services, alternatives to detention and community supervision. We will protect the community by insuring compliance with the conditions of release and provide rehabilitative services as needed.

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About Us
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Welcome to the United States Probation Office for the Southern District of Florida. Our agency is comprised of eleven offices spanning geographically from Key West to Ft. Pierce ...
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Supervision: Pretrial/Probation/Supervised Release
Supervision
As a component of the federal judiciary's responsibility for community corrections, the federal probation and pretrial services system is fundamentally committed to protecting the public and assisting in the ...
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Assessments, Fines, and Restitution Payments
FinancialPayments should be in the form of a cashier's check or money order ONLY.

NO PERSONAL CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

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Forms
Forms
You will find some of the most often utilized forms for your use. These forms are designed to be filled-in with your specific information.
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Public Outreach
Public Outreach
The Community Outreach Committee originated in February, 2007 and was established to coordinate the agency´s outreach initiatives. The committee provides structured collaborations with civic groups ...
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Investigations
investigations
Once a defendant is arrested by federal agents, the Probation Officer conducts a quick but very thorough background investigation about the defendant. The majority of the information is provided by the defendant ...
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Careers in Probation and Internships
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The Human Resources Office of the Southern District of Florida is a consolidated system which serves the personnel needs of the Court´s employees throughout the district from Key West to Fort Pierce ...
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Traveling While on Supervision
Traveling while under supervision
Advance approval from the Court must be requested for international travel (includes travel beyond the 3 mile limit) and vacation travel outside the district for more than 30 days.
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Community Service
Community Service
The Community Service Program for the United States Probation Office in the Southern District of Florida is committed to maintaining a quality program that will be valued for its efficiency and integrity ...

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Our Offices
Contact UsWe have satelite offices around our district to provide easy access .........
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Help/Job Assistance
Help
Having trouble finding a job, need assistance with housing, transporation or other services! Below are some links to helpful resources.
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Electronic Reporting System
HelpIn this section, defendants and offenders can submit their supervision reports.
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