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Probation Department

Cass County Probation Department

General Information
Department HeadProbation Director
Terry Haney
Contact InformationPhone: (574) 753-7780
Fax: (574)722-5501
LocationCass County Probation Department
520 High Street
Logansport, IN 46947
HoursMonday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Mission Statement

The Mission of Probation is to provide necessary services to the offender toward reducing criminal/delinquent behavior while balancing the needs and ensuring the safety of the community. Probation is a profession that requires fundamental knowledge of the law, sentencing alternatives, human services, and community protection.

Probation's Vision

  • to assure victims of criminal activity will receive restitution and that their needs and concerns are addressed in all matters
  • to reduce recidivism of offenders through a full range of broker services that encourage and facilitate law-abiding behavior
  • to hold offenders accountable for their behavior and intervene as necessary
  • to promote staff safety through education and ongoing training
  • to promote continuing professional education of probation staff members to enhance services to the court, victims, the community, and offenders

Keys to Success

Over 85% of Cass County probationers get released from probation successfully. To achieve this success, there are basic requirements to which you must adhere. They are:

  1. You must not commit any further criminal acts.
  2. You must be employed full-time or be a full-time student.
  3. You must refrain from illegal drug use.
  4. You must abide by and complete any terms of probation the Court has ordered including paying you financial obligations to the probation department, court, restitution, and treatment agencies.
  5. You must not leave the state of Indiana without permission.
  6. You must maintain communication and remain in contact with your probation officer during your probation period.

Payments can be made in person during all hours of operation. Acceptable forms of payment are cash and money orders. Personal checks are not accepted.