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Probation Services

Attention Treatment Providers and Law Office Staff:

With successful implementation of our new probation (and court) management systems, we are transitioning to mandatory ePortal document submission.  We encourage you to become familiar and comfortable with the eProbation portal during this transition period as mandatory use will become effective November 13, 2023.

To learn more about the probation ePortal (independent of the eCourt portal), please reach out to  Use of the ePortal is limited to service providers and attorneys (law office staff).  Defendants will not have access to use the ePortal for document submission.

Mission Statement
The Mission of Compliance Monitoring Services is to hold adjudicated defendants accountable for their non-compliant behavior by monitoring the conditions of their sentences and reporting all violations to the Prosecuting Attorney.

Evaluation Requirements and Information

If you have been ordered by the judge to obtain a substance use disorder (chemical dependency) evaluation or domestic violence evaluation, you will need to bring a packet of information to your appointment for the evaluator to review.  This evaluation packet can be obtained from Probation Services. 

Our office requires the following items be reviewed during a substance use disorder (chemical dependency) evaluation:

  • Driving Abstract
  • Police Report/Compliant
  • Defendant Case History
  • Prior evaluation (if applicable)

Treatment agencies expect the following items be reviewed during a domestic violence evaluation:

  • No Contact Order (if applicable)
  • Police Report/Compliant
  • Defendant Case History
  • Judgment and Sentence or Pre-trial Diversion Agreement

There are no specific documents required by our office or expected by treatment agencies regarding mental health evaluations.  We will accept a mental health assessment from any licensed mental health professional.

Any items filed in our court or with probation services become part of the public record.  To minimize the impact of your personal information being readily available to the public, we ask that you return the Kitsap County District Court Evaluation/Assessment Form (commonly referred to as the "one-page form"). 

Treatment Agency Resources

Substance Use Treatment Resources

Domestic Violence Treatment Resources

Mental Health Treatment Resources

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Contact Us

for more information

Phone: (360) 337-5737

Mailing Address
(Attn) Probation Services
614 division Street MS-25
Port Orchard, WA 98366

Probation office is located in 
room 106 of the courthouse

Business Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 12:15 pm
1:15 pm - 4:00pm

Closed Daily
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm

Closed Weekends and Holidays

Electronic Home Monitoring Info.

Who is my Probation Officer?
District Court Probation Services does not have Probation Officers, but rather utilizes Probation Monitors to ensure compliance with court orders. Probation Monitors are not assigned to specific cases. Anyone in that department can assist you.

What is the difference between District Court and Department of Corrections (DOC) Probation Services?
District Court Probation Services covers Kitsap County District Court cases only. It is not unusual for defendants to be in probation with multiple courts.
For DOC Probation, visit their website at: