• Probation

    The Bellevue Probation Division accepts adult misdemeanor referrals from the King County District Court – Bellevue Division for the monitoring and tracking of court ordered obligations. The Probation Division works together with the courts, law enforcement agencies, community organizations, community leaders and victim advocates in order to facilitate rehabilitation and enhance community safety.

    Using a risk-needs-responsive model, Bellevue Probation conducts in-depth assessments, determines areas of need and – within the guidelines set by the court – provides resources to individuals for appropriate programs that address these needs. Bellevue Probation treats all those we have the opportunity to serve with respect, fairness, and dignity, in a culturally competent, inclusive and accessible environment.

    Community Service is often ordered by the court as a condition of supervision.  If ordered by the court you must provide proper documentation of completion as described here.

    Community Service may also be completed in lieu of Bellevue Probation fees.  If completing hours in lieu of fees, hours must be completed at a non-profit within the City of Bellevue.  Interested participants must sign the Community Service Agreement  form. Participants must use the Community Service Work Time Sheet for verification purposes and are credited $15 per hour worked towards their fees.

    With Court approval, you may complete Bellevue Work Crew hours in lieu of community service and receive an hour-by-hour credit for your obligation.

    If you are on probation, federal law may affect your ability to move out of state without prior authorization.  If you wish to move out of the State of Washington, please discuss this with your probation officer immediately.  For questions specific to the interstate transfer process, please contact Maria Fesehazion at 425-452-7191.

    The provided list of resources is not exhaustive and is primarily centered around the King County Region and particularly, the City of Bellevue.  If you cannot locate a resource that fits your needs or location, please contact 425-452-6956 in order to speak with a probation officer who can assist.

    Anger Management

    Domestic Violence Perpetrator Treatment Programs

    King County Sherriff’s Office (KCSO) Precincts:
    • Precinct #2, Sammamish: 206-263-9133
    • Precinct #3, Maple Valley: 206-477-6446
    • Precinct #4, Burien: 206-477-2200
    • Precinct #5, Shoreline: 206-801-2710

    Other Police Departments:

    Algona PD

    253-833-2743

    Medina PD

    425-233-6420

    Auburn PD

    253-288-2121

    Mercer Island PD

    206-275-7600

    Bellevue PD

    425-452-6917

    Newcastle PD (KCSO)

    206-296-3311

    Black Diamond PD

    253-631-1012

    Normandy Park PD

    206-278-7600

    Burien PD (KCSO)

    206-296-3311

    North Bend PD

    425-888-3333

    Bothell PD

    425-486-1254

    Pacific PD

    253-929-1130

    Clyde Hill PD

    425-454-7187

    Port of Seattle PD

    206-787-3490

    Covington PD (KCSO)

    206-296-3311

    Redmond PD

    425-556-2500

    Des Moines PD

    206-878-3301

    Renton PD

    425-430-7500

    Duvall PD

    425-788-1519

    Sammamish PD (KCSO)

    425-295-0770

    Enumclaw PD

    360-825-3505

    Seattle PD

    206-625-5011

    Federal Way PD

    253-835-6700

    Seatac PD (KCSO)

    206-296-3311

    Hunts Point PD

    425-837-3200

    Snoqualmie PD

    425-888-3333

    Kenmore PD (KCSO)

    206-296-3311

    Tukwila PD

    206-433-1808

    Kent PD

    253-852-2121

    Yarrow Point PD

    425-454-7187

    Kirkland PD

    425-577-5656

    UWPD

    206-685-8973

    Lake Forest Park PD

    206-364-8216

    Woodinville PD (KCSO)

    206-296-3311

     

    If you need additional assistance in getting your biological testing done, please call 425-452-6956, and ask to speak with a probation officer who can assist you with this process.

    Department of Licensing – Suspended License Information

    Ignition Interlock Device Vendors

    Emergency Feeding Program – Provides food bags for distribution at the Probation Department.

    DSHS Washington Connection – Food, Cash, and Medical Assistance through Washington Connection.

    King County Public Health – Access to Basic Food Program, ORCA Lift, and Health Insurance.  Call 1-800-756-5437 to speak with a live Navigator.

    Washington Health Plan Finder – Sign up for a healthcare plan.
    Catholic Community Services – Housing assistance through Coordinated Entry for All.

    Food Banks

    Shelters and Safe Parking

    2-1-1 – a free confidential community service and your one-stop connection to the local services you need, from utility assistance, food, housing, health, childcare, after school programs, elder care, crisis intervention and much more.

    SAMHSA – A searchable website for mental health and substance use disorder resources.

    State Certified Treatment Providers – Alternative site that provides a full listing of state certified agencies.

    NA/AA (Online) Meeting Directory – A listing of sober support meetings.

    DUI Victim Panels

    Basic Information Sheet: If you have been assigned to Active Probation with the City of Bellevue by King County District Court, please complete an Intake Form and bring it with you to your initial intake appoint.

    Community Service Agreement: Please sign agreement if completing hours in lieu of fees, hours must be completed at a non-profit within the City of Bellevue. 

    Community Service Work Time Sheet: Participants must use the for verification purposes and are credited $15 per hour worked towards their fees.

    Monthly Report Form: If you are on Active Probation, please complete this Monthly Report Form and bring it to your next appointment.

    Release of Information: a release of information form is a useful form which allows an individual or organization to release certain information about you.  Probation officers often use these forms to communicate with treatment providers and other agencies.  Please fill out a release of information anytime you would like us to be able to communicate with other agencies.

    Sober Support Verification Log: Please use this log to track your sober support group attendance.  If your treatment provider has their own version of this form, please use their version.  

    To pay for Probation Services, you can use any of the below methods. 

    Check or Money Order:

    Send payments via check or money order to Bellevue Probation Services. Do not send cash in the mail!

    • Make the check or money order payable to: City of Bellevue.
    • Please put your case number on your payment to ensure that it is properly credited to your account.
    • Please indicate if the payment is to be applied to probation fees or electronic home detention fees.

    Mail to:

    Bellevue Probation Services
    PO Box 90012
    Bellevue, WA 98009-9012

    Card Payments:

    Probation Services also accepts Visa and MasterCard payments via telephone at 425-452-6956.

    Pay In Person:

    Payments are also accepted in person at the Service First desk on the first floor at City Hall, 450 110th Avenue NE.

    Contact

    Bellevue Probation
    Bellefield Office Park
    1309 114th Avenue SE
    Probation Office - Suite 200
    Bellevue District Court - Suite 100
    Probation Division
    PO Box 90012
    Bellevue, WA 98009-9012
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