Hidalgo County Adult Probation

Hidalgo County Adult Probation The Hidalgo County Community Supervision and Corrections Department is a public agency dedicated to the protection of the community and committed to the belief that facilitating positive change in probationers results in responsible and productive behavior, which in turn enhances the quality of life for all members of the community.
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07/24/2020
Happy Probation Officer Week
07/19/2020

Happy Probation Officer Week

07/04/2020
Happy Veterans Day
11/11/2019

Happy Veterans Day

Save the date.
10/31/2019

Save the date.

A moment of silence.We are saddened to hear that Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal has passed away a...
09/28/2019

A moment of silence.
We are saddened to hear that Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal has passed away after being shot in the line of duty during a traffic stop today.

Our prayers and deepest condolences extend to his family and fellow officers.

A moment of silence. On September 21,1989 in Alton Texas a Mission I.S.D. Bus was going on Brian rd and 5 mile line when...
09/21/2019

A moment of silence.
On September 21,1989 in Alton Texas a Mission I.S.D. Bus was going on Brian rd and 5 mile line when a Dr. Pepper truck lost its brakes and ran in to a school Bus and dropped the bus into a pit with 81 young people. Out of the 81 people on the bus 21 passed a way. It’s been 30 years.

09/20/2019
Happy Independence Day to Mexico
09/16/2019

Happy Independence Day to Mexico

09/11/2019
Help me wish the Texas DPS a Texas-sized Happy Birthday! On August 10, 1935—80 years ago today—the Texas Department of P...
08/12/2019

Help me wish the Texas DPS a Texas-sized Happy Birthday! On August 10, 1935—80 years ago today—the Texas Department of Public Safety was established as the result of legislation prompted by the election of Gov. James Allred, whose platform included a pledge of better law enforcement. #Texasprobationassociation

This week - Probation Officer week - let us take a moment of silence for Adult Probation Officer Russell Dean “Rusty” Sa...
07/23/2019
Remembering Rusty Salazar

This week - Probation Officer week - let us take a moment of silence for Adult Probation Officer Russell Dean “Rusty” Salazar, 39.

Our Prayers for Kendall County Criminal District Attorney's Office Adult Probation Officer Russell Dean “Rusty” Salazar, 39, who was killed in an on-duty vehicle crash Thursday, January 31, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. He was on the way to check on a probationer. Rusty worked as an adult probation officer. He was strong, courageous, honest and had so much love in his heart, especially for his family. If you had the chance to know him, chances are he made your life better. He touched so many lives with his illuminating presence. He gave the world’s biggest bear hugs that felt so kind and safe. They made you melt. This gentle giant with a big heart will be missed terribly but never forgotten.

Rusty leaves behind his beloved bride Peggy, children, Katelynn and Bricen Salazar, Kayo, Gretchen, and Garrett Setnan of Ingram, mom Tina, brother, Dr. Jesse Salazar and wife, Marta, numerous nieces and nephews and extended families, both of blood and of Blue. Rusty was preceded in death by his father; grandparents, Felix and Edna DeLeon and Jesus and Andrea Salazar. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with the Salazar families.

additional information: http://grimesfuneralchapels.com/obituaries/rusty-salazar/2340/

Our prayers are with his family. RIP

Russell Dean

#Texasprobationassociation
07/20/2019

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Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week begins July 21This year’s Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Wee...
07/20/2019

Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week begins July 21

This year’s Pretrial, Probation and Parole Supervision Week, the 20th annual salute to our nation’s community corrections professionals, runs from July 21 through July 27. This year’s theme of “Restoring Trust, Creating Hope” highlights efforts to strengthen community corrections service partnerships while working to establish new, innovative support programs.

At the June meeting of the Texas Board of Criminal Justice, Texas Department of Criminal Justice Executive Director Bryan Collier explained the significance of PPPS Week: “During this week we celebrate the work done by community supervision officers in Texas and across the United States. In Texas there’s over 5,000 community supervision officers if you look at the probation and parole areas combined. Each of those dedicated officers helps make our communities safer through their supervision of offenders in the community. Their work has a direct impact on improving public safety and their efforts in helping offenders make positive changes is something that we’re all very proud of and we celebrate them during this week.”

During PPPS Week, TDCJ parole offices will host appreciation events and service projects to recognize the hard work done by these dedicated professionals. Criminal justice colleagues, advocates and the public will have an opportunity to recognize and honor the work done by parole officers, probation officers, along with community corrections support staff members who rehabilitate and reintegrate offenders into law-abiding society here in Texas, where nearly 84,000 offenders are under active parole supervision, and more than 230,000 felony and misdemeanor offenders are directly supervised by probation officers.

Parole Division Director Pamela Thielke spoke in honor of parole officers, allied professionals and others who work in support of community corrections: “The parole officers of Texas work to provide guidance and direction to our clients on supervision, while maintaining accountability. It is a privilege to work in this capacity and the parole officers strive to reach success in each and every case. It is important to take this opportunity to acknowledge the work of the supervision officers, providers, friends, family and law enforcement in ensuring the safety of the public and the successful reentry of our clients.”

Across the nation, there are nearly 100,000 dedicated men and women committed to delivering criminal justice through community corrections. The first PPPS Week proclamation took place in Colorado in 1999 and since then similar proclamations have been made in every state.

07/04/2019
Hidalgo County Adult Probation
05/02/2019

Hidalgo County Adult Probation

Hidalgo County Adult Probation's cover photo
05/02/2019

Hidalgo County Adult Probation's cover photo

Address

3100 S BUS HWY 281
Edinburg, TX
78539

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(956) 587-6000

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Comments

Can I go to Mexico if I’m on misdemeanor probation with getting in trouble? I can’t reach my po.
Does anyone know how to reach Andres Araiza? I really need to speak to him.