NOBLE COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT
101 N. Orange Street
Room 110 Courthouse
Albion, IN 46701
Hours of Operation
Monday and Tuesday 8:00 am-6:00 pm
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm
NOBLE COUNTY COURT SERVICES
104 W. Main Street
Albion, IN 46701
Hours of Operation
8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Mon – Fri
Closed 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 pm daily
Chief Probation Officer: Stacey Beam
Assistant Chief Probation Officer: Danyel Wagner
Adult Officers: Kimberly Clear, Laura Dunafin, Robert Haywood, Michelle Fosnaugh,
Jared Owen, Ryan Hull, Jason White, Staci Stork, Leah Fisher, Kelsey Craft, Landon
Wheeler, Danielle Lovino
Juvenile Probation Officers: Paul Winebrenner, Samantha Hammond
Support Staff: Ellen Pippenger, Diana Mynhier, LeeAnne Shoppell, Tricia VanWagner,
Noble County Probation Department - Adult
The Noble County Probation Department serves the three Noble County Courts; County Circuit Court, County Superior Court Division 1, and County Superior Court Division 2.
Our office is responsible for supervising those ordered to Community Supervision
along with other judicial directives.
- Pre-Sentence Investigations
- Pre-Dispositional Reports
- Court ordered drug screening,
- Electronic Monitoring
- Home/Field Contacts
- Noble County Court Services,
- Noble County Community Corrections
- Community Transition Program
- Noble County Problem Solving Courts (including Drug Court and Veteran's Court)
- Employment Classes
- Courage to Change Classes
- Impaired Driving Classes
As of January 1, 2015, the Noble County Probation Department was supervising 891
adults who were convicted of felony or misdemeanor charges by the three (3) Courts.
The Court orders standard and specific conditions of probation as needed.
Community Supervision is an important part of Noble County’s approach to supervising
probationers. We contact probationers at their homes, places of employment, and
other places within the community in an effort to ensure they are following through
with the Court’s order.
Noble County Probation Department - Juvenile
Our office also handles juvenile offenders. As of January 1, 2015, the Noble County
Probation Department was supervising 47 juveniles through informal or formal probation.
In 2014, the Noble County Probation Department handled 249 cases referred by
the local police departments and school corporations.
Juvenile Probation Officers assist the
Noble County Prosecutor’s Office with determining which cases require the
Court’s intervention and which cases may be filed in other ways. In 2014, there
were 102 Juvenile Delinquent, Juvenile Status, and Juvenile Miscellaneous cases
filed by the Noble County Prosecutor’s Office.
As of July 2013, Noble County Probation added a Community Corrections program to
our department. Community Corrections includes: Problem Solving Courts (including
Drug Court and Veterans Court), Community Transition Program, Electronic Monitoring/Home
Detention, and Noble County Court Services
Drug Court, which was established in 2006, is a Problem Solving Court targeting
substance abuse offenders. As of April 1, 2015, seventy-four (74) participants have
graduated from Drug Court.
Veterans Court, established in 2015, recognizes the different needs our Veterans
have with substance abuse treatment and decision-making.
The Community Transition Program, begun in 2013, allows certain offenders an early
release from the Department of Correction, by placing them on electronic monitoring.
This allows them a "step down" from prison, but still offers restrictions on activities
Our Eletronic Monitoring/Home Detention program has long been in existence with the
Probation Department and has been expanded to Community Corrections offenders. The
offenders are monitored continually by GPS and their activities are restricted.
Noble County Court Services, begun in 2002 as a free-standing department, was brought
under the Probation Department in 2007. The purpose of this division is to provide
consistent substance abuse evaluations to offenders and refer them to appropriate
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