What can I expect at my initial reporting appointment?
  1. You will review and sign your conditions of probation.
  2. If applicable, a DNA sample will be collected.
  3. You will sign referrals for any services mandated by your probation conditions.  
  4. Releases will be completed for primary contacts, as well as any services providers who you are working with.
  5. If applicable, you will be required to provide a urine sample to test for drugs and alcohol.
  6. You will be required to bring the following documentation to your initial reporting:
    • Verification of residency
    • Verification of employment/disability
    • Vehicle information (title, registration and insurance)
    • Verification of health insurance
    • Name/contact information for PCP and treatment providers
    • List of prescription medications
    • Photo identification
    • Contact information for primary contact

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1. What can I expect after I am sentenced to probation?
2. What can I expect at my initial reporting appointment?
3. What do I do if I am sentence to probation but live in another county?
4. What do I do if my conditions of probation include electronic monitoring?
5. What do I do if my sentence includes intermittent incarceration?
6. How do I contact my Probation Officer?
7. How often will I have to report to probation?
8. What should I NOT bring to my appointment with my Probation Officer?
9. Do I have to pay supervision fees?
10. Can I leave Livingston County while under probation supervision?
11. Do I have to report police contact even if I am not arrested?
12. Can I take prescription medications?
13. What are the general conditions of probation?
14. What is interim probation supervision?
15. What is a split sentence?
16. What is a violation of probation (VOP)?
17. I am on probation for DWI or DWAI, how do I get my license back?
18. I am on probation for DWI, why have I been directed to put an Ignition Interlock Device (IID) on my car and why do I have to pay for it?
19. I am on probation for DWI and I do not drive. Why can't I consume alcohol?
20. How do I do web or online reporting (Ce Check -In)?
21. What if I forgot my PIN for Ce Check-In?
22. How are sex offenders classified?
23. What are my basic requirements while required to register with the New York State Sex Offender registry?
24. Can I get an Early Discharge if I am on probation for a sex offense?