Salt Lake County has two probation agencies: Salt Lake County Probation Services and Adult Probation and Parole. Generally, Salt Lake County supervises persons on class B misdemeanors and non-violent class A misdemeanors. Adult Probation and Parole generally supervises persons on class A misdemeanors and felonies. Salt Lake County Probation Services will only supervise residents of Salt Lake County. AP&P supervises anyone in Utah.
SALT LAKE COUNTY PROBATION
Criminal Justice Services
145 East 1300 South Suite #501
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, Friday 7:30 am to 5:00 pm
Salt Lake County charges supervision fees in the amount of $30 a month. You will also be expected to pay for any classes or drug testing that has been ordered by the court. When you meet with your probation officer for the first time they will explain where to do this and how much it will cost.
ADULT PROBATION & PAROLE
Salt Lake, Summit and Tooele counties
Adult Probation and Parole Office
36 W. Fremont Avenue
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
AP&P charges supervision fees in the amount of $30 a month. You will be expected to pay for any classes or drug testing that has been ordered by the court. When you meet with your agent for the first time, they will explain where to do this and how much it will cost. AP&P may have funding for substance abuse treatment to qualifying probationers.
AP&P locations other than Salt Lake County can be found here: AP&P Office Locations
If you are placed on probation with AP&P, in addition to any court orders, you will be expected to comply with the following rules:
A court can also require AP&P to supervise you with special conditions:
If you have been convicted of a qualifying sexual offense, you will be required to comply with AP&P’s Sex Offender Treatment Program. The precise program you must complete will differ depending on whether the victim was a minor, an adult, or involved an age-related sexual offense.
SUPERVISION FEE WAIVERS
Ordinarily, AP&P will assess you a monthly supervision fee of $30.00. However, these fees may be waived if there would be a substantial hardship, as determined by your supervising agent, or if you owe restitution to a victim. Your agent also has the authority to temporarily suspend the supervision fee for a temporary, time-limited period when your inability to pay is the result of a short-term, substantial hardship. The rules governing fee waivers are located here: Rule R251-401. Supervision Fees
If you wish to move to a different state while you are being supervised by AP&P, you will need to request an interstate compact transfer. Your agent can give you information about your eligibility to compact, as well as the rules and other regulations about compacting. Information about the compact is available here: https://www.interstatecompact.org/
All felony probationers (even if placed on bench or private probation) must transfer their supervision to another state through the compact. Misdemeanor cases must transfer their supervision to another state through the compact if the sentence includes one year or more of supervision, and the offense is one of the following (1) an offense in which a person has incurred direct or threatened physical or psychological harm; (2) An offense that involves the use or possession of a firearm (3) A second or subsequent misdemeanor offense of driving while impaired by drugs or alcohol; (4) A sexual offense that requires the offender to register as a sex offender in the sending state.
Felony or applicable misdemeanor cases do not trigger the compact if the ONLY condition of supervision is fines or restitution. Felony or applicable misdemeanor cases sentenced to less than one year of supervision do not trigger the compact.