Chief Probation Officer
8:00am – 4:30pm
Chief Probation Officer
850 Fairfax Street
Carlyle, IL 62231
|Adult Probation Officer||Sandy Fernandez||Ext. 138|
|Adult Probation Officer||Christy Foster||Ext. 105|
|Juvenile Probation Officer||Carla Stalnaker||Ext. 137|
|Secretary||Jeanna Spitler||Ext. 135|
|Administrative Services Officer||Dennis Sturgeon||Ext. 176|
The Clinton County Probation Office staff supervises juvenile and adult offenders sentenced to a term of court supervision or probation by the Clinton County Court system. Conditions of probation may include requirements such as mental health/ alcohol/drug counseling, random drug testing, restitution, public service work, or electronic monitoring of home confinement. Probation officers monitor the offenders compliance to court-ordered conditions of probation, complete risk/needs assessments of the offender to determine appropriate supervision strategies, and develop case plans with the offender targeting areas of need for behavioral change. Probation officers work closely with law enforcement, school systems, and social service agencies in supervising offenders on probation.
News & Events
March 23, 2020 – Due to the COVID-19 virus, the stay-at-home order in place by the Governor, and order of the Chief Judge, the Clinton County Probation Department is not currently seeing clients in person. Monthly report forms are to be emailed, faxed, or dropped off in the drop box on the front of the Courthouse (Fairfax St.). The drop box is on the right side of the entrance door. If you have questions, please contact our office via telephone rather than coming in person. Thank you for your consideration and stay safe.
Forms & Paperwork
- Juvenile Monthly Mail-In Report
- Juvenile Reporting Form
- Adult Monthly Mail-In Report
- Service Providers List
Links & Resources
To report Child Abuse please contact the DCFS Hotline at 1-800-252-2873
Mental Health 24 hours Crisis Line (618) 533-1391
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Community Resource Center: (Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling) 618-533-1391(Centralia) or 618-594-4581 (Carlyle) or www.crconline.info
SAFE: (Sexual Assault Victims) 800-625-1414 or 618-283-1414 (main office & 24 hours helpline) or www.safecrisiscenter.org
SWAN: (Domestic Violence Victims) Toll free 1-888-715-6260
Children’s Home and Aid: (Parent support, runaway issues and youth services) 618-235-5335 or www.childrenshomeandaid.org
Gateway Foundation: (Inpatient/Outpatient Substance Abuse services) 1-877-505-4673 or http://recovergateway.org
Chestnut Health Systems: (Mental Health and Substance Abuse) 618-877-4420 (24 hour helpline) or www.chestnut.org
Angela Center: (Mental Health & Psychiatric) 618-532-6731 or ssm.healthillinois.com
Coping 4 Kids: (Mental Health & Grief) 618-830-5312
Sex Offender Registry: www.isp.state.il.us/sor
Judici: (Local Record Checks – Adult cases only) www.judici.com
Illinois Legal Aid (divorce, child support, custody, expungment/sealing criminal records, identity theft) www.IllinoisLegalAid.org
Al-Anon: 757-563-1600 or www.al-anon.org
AA Meeting Locator: 800-307-6600 or www.aa-District8.org
Nar-Anon: 800-477-6291 or www.nar-anon.org
On-line Meetings: https://virtual-na.org/
MERS Goodwill / WIA Program: (helps with job placement and GED testing – must be 17 or older) 618-979-0351
Youth Build: (GED and Vocational Program – Alternative Education) Must be 17 – 24 and a HS dropout. 618-533-5288
A.R.T. (Aggression Replacement Training): 30 session comprehensive intervention program for aggressive juvenile offenders.
Drug Court: Special court given responsibility to handle cases involving substance abuse offenders through drug testing, treatment services, and increased supervision.
“Jump Start”: 21 session group program that deals with anger management, self-discipline, and emotional control for juvenile offenders
Parenting Education Class: 8 session group for parents of juvenile offenders. Free of charge and open to outside referrals.
“Thinking for a Change”: 22 session program for adult offenders that teaches taking control of self by taking control of thinking.
Victim Impact Panel: Presentation to DUI offenders by a victim of a DUI incident. Victim speakers may include a victim who was injured as a result of a DUI offense, a family member of a victim of a DUI offense, or the DUI offender who has victimized others as a result of the offense. Victim impact panels are held twice a year.