Probation Services

On April 1, 2007 the Mayor and City Council approved the establishment of a City Probation Service Office. The City Probation Office has probation and supervisory jurisdiction of all misdemeanor Offenses authorized by statute, including supervision, counseling services and collection for all monies to be paid by the defendant according to the terms of their sentence. The City Probation Office serves the Municipal Court.

What is Probation?

Probation is a court ordered sanction that allows a person to remain in the community under the supervision of a probation officer.  The conditions of this community-based supervision can vary.  It could include jail time, fines, restitution, community service or other sanctions.  Probation can also require a predetermined number of visits to their probation officer.  If a person does not follow the rules of their probation, they could go back before the judge and be sent to jail. Probation Officers are responsible for managing a large case load of adult probationers, and monitoring the status of probationers’ compliance with court ordered terms and conditions.


The mission of probation is to ensure public safety and promote offender reintegration in the community through proactive supervision and referral to community-based resources. To maintain a partnerships with law enforcement and other justice agencies to share information and expertise.  To work hand and hand with Community groups and social service agencies to provide offenders and victims with support and services needed.

Contact Information

Carol A. Wolfe
Probation Officer 
113 East Robinson Ave
Grovetown, GA.  30813 
Phone: 706-210-1561
Fax: 706-868-9584

As of December 1, 2014-Probationers are seen by appointment only

Frequency Asked Questions

What are the acceptable forms of payment?

  • Cash
  • Money Order
  • Credit/Debit Cards
  • Cashier Checks
  • No two-party, business or personal checks will be accepted.

Can I make  my probation payments on line? 

  • No, not at this time that service may become available in the future. 

When does my probation start?

  • Probation starts on your court date, after your case has been adjudicated. 

Can I make my payment  at any City Office

  • No, Probation payments must be made at the Probation Office, unless other arrangement  have been made 

Can I mail in my payment?

  • Yes, with the permission of your probation officer you can mail payment to:
Grovetown Municipal Probation
 C/O City of Grovetown,
P.O.Box 120,
Grovetown, GA.  30813

If I pay my fine in full, will my Probation be terminated?

  • Your probation could be terminated, if all the condition of probation are met and the Judge indicated on your court order that you may  terminate probation as provided by law .

Can I report to the probation office at any time during normal business hours?

  • No, Probationers are seen by appointment only. If you miss your appointment you will need to call your Probation Officer and reschedule your appointment.

When is the Office open? Is it open  on weekends or  Holidays?

  • The office is open Monday-Friday,  Probationers may report between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30pm. The office is closed from 1:00pm-2:00pm for lunch
  • No,  The Office is closed on Saturdays and Sundays and most Federal holidays. 

If I call the probation office and it is closed, can I leave a message?

  • Yes, You can leave a message for your probation officer anytime.  Please speak slowly and clearly. State your name and your message. Remember to leave a call back number.

Can my employer call and obtain information about my probation?

  • No, The identity of offenders and offender records are confidential in accordance with Rules and Regulations of the County and Municipal Probation Advisory Council. 

What court does this Probation Office serve?

  • The  Municipal Court of Grovetown only.


For additional information

contact the probation office at







City of Grovetown
103 Old Wrightsboro Road
Grovetown, GA 30813-3015
Phone: 706-863-4576