Adult Probation

Contact Information

Courthouse, P.O. Box 218
Montrose, PA 18801
(570) 278-4600  Ext. 5930
FAX: (570) 278-3778

Jeffery J. Shoemaker –  Chief             Ext. 5931
James M. Gulbin – Senior PO            Ext. 5933
Allen Smith – PO                                  Ext. 5932
Michael Koscelnak – PO                     Ext. 5936
Joe Barry – PO                                      Ext  5934
Phillip Crisp – PO                                 Ext 5935
Nicholas Conigliaro                              Ext 6620

Collections                                            570-278-6677

Active Warrants

Active Warrants Page

Warrants of arrest have been issued for the offenders found on this page. Anyone having information on the location of any of these offenders, please contact this department at: (570) 278-4600 Ext. 5930 between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.  All other times call: (570) 278-3841 and ask to speak to the Parole Officer on call. Note: Under no circumstances should public citizens make any attempt to apprehend any of the subjects listed.  Contact the number(s) listed above or your local police department.

About the Department

There are approximately 1200 cases being administered/supervised by the Adult Probation Office. The office provides information to aid the Court in determining an appropriate disposition on offenders through preparation of pre-sentence investigations and pre-parole investigations. Once sentence is imposed, the Adult Probation and Parole Department provide supervision for those individuals who are placed on probation, parole or ARD. This office also supervises those offenders placed on house arrest, work release, furlough, bail supervision or those who are ordered to perform community service. The Probation Officer makes an appropriate referral for the offender to receive the proper treatment or counseling. The Adult Probation Office is prepared to return any offender who does not comply with the terms of probation or parole, to Court or possibly jail when necessary.

Mission Statement

“Our goal is to protect the community from further criminal activity by offenders and to offer offenders the necessary competencies to live productive and responsible lives in the community.”

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