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Review the statute that applies to Destruction of Juvenile Records and/or Setting Aside an Adjudication:
Submit an application as outlined in the statute. Please pay careful attention to the requirements listed as they apply to the statute.
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Probation is a conditional suspension of an imposed disposition. Probationers are supervised by a probation officer and the probationer must follow the terms and conditions of probation. Probation is a substitute for a prison term, which is dependent upon good behavior. Probation can include detention, treatment, restitution and/or other special terms and conditions.
Parole is supervision upon the release from the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections after serving a certain amount of time. The youth will be under the supervision of a parole officer. Parole can be revoked if the youth fails to observe the conditions of his parole order. Parole is a state agency. Their telephone number for Southeast Arizona is 520-850-1843.
Please call the main office in Bisbee, Arizona, at 520-432-0393. We will refer you to the correct probation officer.
Referrals received in Cochise County are reviewed by the Probation Department in accordance with an Interagency Agreement (IGA) with the County Attorney. Referrals that meet the IGA requirements are immediately eligible for Diversion. Diversion is an opportunity to avoid going to court, starting a court record, receiving court fees while still obtaining Interventions (consequences) for the actions that resulted in the referral. Those referrals that do not meet the IGA are sent to the county attorney for review. The county attorney can return the referral for diversion, not file on the referral (dismissal), file a juvenile petition of which the youth will go before a judge, or send the referral to be processed in the adult system.
Request for information must be in adherence with Arizona Code of Judicial Administration (ACJA) 3-402 - Superior Court Records Retention and Disposition Schedule. Please contact 520-432-7524 for any questions.
A fine or fee (monetary assessment) can be paid in several ways for your convenience: