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To enroll in the Community Service Program, take your Courtorder to the probation office located at 465 S. Washington St., Sonora, Mondaythrough Friday, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.; Staff there willassist you with the enrollment process. Thereis a fee for community service. The feecan be paid at the Probation Department or at the Office of Revenue Recoveryand must be paid prior to your Court ordered completion deadline.
You may apply for the Electronic Monitoring Program byobtaining an application packet at the probation office located at 465 S.Washington St., Sonora. Staff there willassist you with the enrollment process and schedule an appointment for you tomeet with a Probation Officer. The Probation Officer will assess youreligibility for the program. You will be advised of your eligibility status ina sentencing report, or depending on the circumstances of your case, by theofficer who assessed you. You will be advised of all program fees and paymentdeadlines during the assessment.
To enroll in the Work Release Program, you must first reportto the Office of Revenue Recovery (ORR) at 2 S. Green St., Sonora, for afinancial assessment and to pay required program fees; ORR will need a copy ofyour Court order. After you have completed the financial assessment and paidthe required fees, take your Court order and any documents from ORR to theprobation office located at 465 S. Washington St., in Sonora, Monday throughFriday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.; staff there will assist youwith the enrollment process. Programfees must be paid before you can enroll in the program.