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The historic Butler County Courthouse, constructed from

Courts

Butler County Area 1 Court
W. High Street
Oxford, Ohio
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Butler County Area 2 Court
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Area 3 Court
Beckett Road, Suite
West Chester, Ohio
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Butler County Common Pleas Court
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Domestic Relations Court
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Drug Court
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Juvenile Court
North Fair Avenue
Hamilton, Ohio
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Fairfield Municipal Court
Nilles Road
Fairfield, Ohio
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Hamilton Municipal Court
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Middletown Municipal Court
1 City Centre Plaza
Middletown, Ohio
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Other Agencies

Butler County Adult Probation
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County ADAS
Alcohol & Drug Addictions Service
9 South Second Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Criminal Justice Board
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County CSEA
Child Support Enforcement Agency
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Children Services
North Fair Avenue
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Clerk of Courts
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Law Library
10 Journal Square
Suite
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Probate Division
High Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Prosecutors Office
High Street, 11th Floor
Hamilton, Ohio
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Butler County Records Center
North 3rd Street
Hamilton, Ohio
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Sours: https://www.butlersheriff.org/general-info/courts/

Butler County Probation Department

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Butler County Probation Department Contact Information

Address and Phone Number for Butler County Probation Department, a Probation Department, at South Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, Hamilton OH.

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Butler County Probation Department
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About the Butler County Probation Department

The Butler County Probation Department, located in Hamilton, OH, is an agency that oversees court-ordered probations. In Ohio, courts impose probation as an alternative to incarceration. The Probation Department monitors offenders on probation, ensuring they follow the court-ordered conditions to avoid jail or other punishments. The Probation Office implements probation orders, conducts community-based supervision, and works to reduce the likelihood of recidivism. They also help rehabilitate adult and juvenile offenders.

You may contact the Department of Probation for questions about:
  • Hamilton probations and parole information
  • How to find criminal records and warrant searches
  • How to look up parole records
  • Hamilton or Butler County background checks
  • Information on inmates released from Butler County jails and prisons
  • Probation and Parole Officer jobs and employment
  • Ohio Probation and Parole Office policies

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Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/butler-county-probation-department-hamilton-oh-0c8/
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The Area Courts handle misdemeanor criminal, traffic violations and some civil cases for the unincorporated areas of the county. They have locations in Hamilton, Oxford and West Chester Twp.

The court’s new Chief Probation Officer Jeannette Bullard, who was a common pleas probation staffer, said it was critical to get probation officers at each location.

“The need also was based upon the absconder rate that was increasing astronomically, lots of warrants being issued for absconders because the officers weren’t in the respective courts,” she said.

Having probation officers in court means offenders are read and sign the rules of supervision, and the court can get their information and set up schedules. If they don’t sign the rules, they can’t be charged with probation violations.

“With all those absconders out there it’s greatly affecting the community…,” Bullard said. “We hope to cut down on that rate because we hope to not lose those offenders… It’s going to save on jail space, we’re not going to have people getting arrested because we’re going to reduce that amount, it’ll cut down on that cost.”

Lovelace said of the people now on probation under their department’s supervision, were absconders.

Area II Court Judge Kevin McDonough said “the straw that broke the camel’s back” happened in his court when the county probation department asked him to send an offender to their offices for a drug test, rather than them sending an officer to the Historic Courthouse.

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“I couldn’t get a probation officer to our court, when I thought somebody was using and would be testing dirty, and she was pregnant and her mother standing behind her saying don’t let her walk out of this building,” McDonough said. “I called probation — specific example — saying can you send someone over to test her. Sorry we don’t have anybody available.”

The Common Pleas Court Administrator Wayne Gilkison told the Journal-News they had two people assigned to the area courts and those positions have been cut from the budget.

“We had two people assigned doing the job and we thought it was fair not to fill positions this year, when we knew that they were going to be starting their own department,” Gilkison said. “We just didn’t fill positions because we didn’t think it would be fair to the county and the taxpayers.”

Gilkison said the Area Courts never officially told him why they created their own department. He said the only issue they discussed with him was that they wanted parole officers on duty in each of their courts. He said they don’t have officers in the seven common pleas courts all the time either.

“We do not do that for the general division judges and I told them that we can’t do it for their court, because we have so many cases and we have to be supervising them in the community,” Gilkison said. “The community expects us to supervise them. And if we’re dedicating 20 to 25 percent of a person’s schedule just sitting in a courtroom not doing anything probation related, we’re not supervising people.”

Sours: https://www.journal-news.com/news/butler-county-courts-start-own-probation-operation/FKkavdx4XIywerZvC3ArfN/
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