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The Lee County Probation Department is committed to promoting public safety by enforcing court orders, supervising probationers, and motivating positive behavioral change.



Welcome to the Lee County Probation Department site. We are proud to serve the citizens of Lee County and strive to be a leader by enhancing working relationships with our Criminal Justice Partners; utilizing evidenced based practices, and promoting public safety. We invite you to explore our site and learn more about our department and the services we provide. It is our hope that the information enclosed is also helpful to assist in understanding the probation process.

Our department was established in 1975 and is part of the Criminal Division under the Administrative Office of the Courts. Below you will find a list of our programs and services with applicable forms and links.

PHYSICAL LOCATION & MAILING ADDRESS

Lee County Justice Center
Office 3234, 3rd Floor
1700 Monroe Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901
Tel: (239) 533-9199

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday to Friday: 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED
Note: Office closed on all court holidays.
2018 Court Holidays

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ADMINISTRATION

Criminal Division Director, Amy Kinsey

Deputy Criminal Division Director, Douglas Jaye

Probation Supervisor, William Shuga

Probation Supervisor, Ervin Gill

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PROBATION CASE

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PAYMENT INFORMATION

COST OF SUPERVISION:

Due by the FIFTH of each month (no personal checks) - Amount due per month: $50.00 Payments for Cost of Supervision should be made payable to: Lee County Clerk of Courts (COS)

PUBLIC DEFENDER FEES:

Pursuant to the Florida Statute §27.52, the $50 public defender application fee must be paid prior to all other financial obligations.

PAYMENTS:

Court costs, fines, public defender fees and prosecution fees should be made payable to: Lee County Clerk of Courts (cash, check, credit card or money order accepted)

PAYMENTS BY MAIL:

Lee County Clerk of Court
1700 Monroe Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901

PAYMENTS IN PERSON:

Payments in person can be made at the following locations:

Justice Center Complex, 1st Floor
1700 Monroe Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901

or

Cape Coral Government Complex, 2nd Floor
1039 SE 9th Place
Cape Coral, FL 33990

PAYMENTS BY PHONE

Credit card payments are accepted by phone at (239) 533-5000

RESTITUTION PAYMENTS

Case number must be written on each money order and made payable to the victim listed on your probation order. Payments can be made in person at the probation office or mailed to:

Lee County Probation Department
1700 Monroe Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901

STATE ATTORNEY DIVERSION FEES

Case number must be written on each money order and made payable to: State Attorney's Office Payments can be made in person 2000 Main Street, Fort Myers, FL 33901 or mailed to:

State Attorney's Office
P.O. Box 399
Fort Myers, FL 33902

(239) 533-1000

Probation Financial Disclaimer

Failure to pay any financial obligation ordered by the court may result in a suspension of your driver license privilege (§ 322.245) and that unpaid financial obligations still remaining 90 days after payment due date will be referred by the Clerk of Court to a collection agency and an additional fee of up to 40% of the outstanding balance owed will be added at that time(§ 28.246).

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get a monthly written report (blue sheet) if I lost or misplaced my originals? +
How can I change my address and/or telephone number or update my employment? +
How can I reschedule my Mandatory Office Appointment? +
Can you tell me how much I owe and where do I pay or send my payments? +
Can I make a payment over the phone? +
Can I travel out of the state? +
Where can I get a travel permit? +
Can I do my testing at a different location other than what the Officer said? +
Can I perform Community Service Work Hours? +
Where can I do Community Service Hours? +
How can I find out if I have a Warrant for my arrest in Lee County? +
Will I receive a letter when my probation is terminated? +

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