GEAUGA COUNTY JUVENILE COURT PROBATION DEPARTMENT
BETH WILLIAMS, DIRECTOR OF PROBATION (279-1852)
Probation Caseloads are distributed/assigned according to the school district of residence of the client. The following Probation Officers maintain responsibility for the following Geauga County School districts, respectively:
STEPHANIE VOSS (279-1853)
Berkshire, Cardinal, Chagrin Falls, Kenston, Newbury, Ledgemont as needed
HEATHER MOUNTSIER (279-1837)
Chardon, Ledgemont, West Geauga, Kenston as needed
ANN MLINAR, Intake Officer (279-1846) maintains pre and post dispositional responsibility for clients appearing for delinquent or unruly offenses who are not on probation. Ann provides monitoring and supervision for clients involved in the Diversion Program and the Early Truancy Intervention Program.
JOHN A RALPH is the Court’s Intensive Supervision Monitor (279-1854) He provides random field-based supervision to probationers and other clients identified as potential high risk recidivists, overseeing electronic monitoring as required.
The Diversion Staffing Committee consists of ANN MLINAR, BETH WILLIAMS and one member of the Probation Staff which rotates on a monthly basis.
All staff members have 24 hour voice mail accessibility as well as E-mail.
Please take a moment and share your thoughts and impressions about your experience with the Geauga County Probate/Juvenile Court - completed forms can be left with any Court employee - thank you!
Experience Survey - Juvenile
Experience Survey - Parent/Guardian