- Juvenile Justice Center
- Diversity Awareness Partnership
- Domestic Relations
- Evening Reporting Center
- GEMS (Girls Empowering Minds & Spirits)
- RADAR (Responding Appropriately to Drug and Alcohol Referrals)
- Greene County Youth Academy
- Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative - JDAI
- Legal Unit
- Specialized Courts
- Victim/Witness Services
Greene County Circuit Court - Juvenile Court Probation Unit
The role of juvenile probation is that of a catalyst for developing safe communities and healthy youth
and families. All officers in the Probation Unit are located in the Greene County Juvenile Office -
31st Judicial Circuit.
The purpose of the Greene County Juvenile Court's Probation Unit is to allow at-risk youth to remain in the community and with their families, while remaining under the supervision of the Court. Six deputized Probation Officers, two Supervisors, and one administrative assistant, carry out the duties associated with supervising juveniles on court-ordered or informal probation. Juvenile Probation Supervision provides various levels of supervision that are based on several factors including: protection of the community; a risk-needs assessment, out-of-home placements, and amenability to rehabilitation. The Probation Unit is responsible for a multitude of tasks aside from supervising its clientele. Administering The Greene County Teen Court, Evening Reporting Center, and maintaining relationships with and utilizing our community partners and resources are among the responsibilities for which the Greene County Juvenile Probation Unit is accountable.