The Noble County Home Detention Program currently operates as a division of the
Noble County Probation Department. The program is currently staffed by three(3)
Robert Haywood – Home Detention Officer
James Hunt – Probation Officer/Home Detention Officer
Marlene Doutt – Home Detention Assistant
The program consists of utilizing electronic monitoring devices for the
supervision of offenders in a least restrictive community based situation.
Individuals to be placed on supervision are required to meet a set of criteria
to be considered for placement. Those criteria include but are not limited to:
Type of employment
County of residence is considered for placement or transfer
A home telephone is required
The individual must remain inside of the their residence unless given specific
Payment of the supervision fees
Noble County currently uses two(2) types of home monitoring equipment that are
monitored 24 hours a day. An industry standard type of radio frequency (RF)
transmitters and receivers are utilized as well as Global Positioning (GPS)
devices when necessary.
The cost of participation is currently $120.00, which pays for the initial
hookup of equipment and for the first week of supervision. A weekly fee of
$70.00 is due for each week thereafter.
For more information or to be considered for placement, contact the Noble
County Probation Department at 260-636-3116.