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In Criminal Court- A person must be charged with a crime. The court will order an informational investigation to be completed by probation. See investigations under General Services. If there is a conviction and it is appropriate, a sentence of probation supervision can be issued by the court. If required or appropriate and there is an adjudication as a youthful offender, a disposition ordering probation supervision can be issued.
In Family Court- A respondent must be found to be a Juvenile Delinquent or Person In Need of Supervision. Refer to our JD and PINS section under General Services. A Pre-Dispositional Investigation is ordered, and if appropriate, the respondent is ordered to probation. General Services