Adult Probation

About the Office
Hours M - F - 8:30 - 4:30
Wednesday - 4:30 - 6:00 by Appointment Only
Phone 570-296-7412
Internal Extension 1100
Address 412 Broad St., Suite 2
Milford, PA 18337
Chief Probation Officer Jeff Angradi
Deputy Chief Probation Officer Robert Wolff

The Adult Probation and Parole Department are staffed with Probation Officers, Probation Officer Aides, and such other assistants as are necessary to serve the Court of Common Pleas. Probation Officers are peace officers and have police powers and authority throughout the Commonwealth to arrest with or without warrant, writ rule or process, any person on probation, probation with restrictive conditions, or parole under the supervision of the Pike County Court of Common Pleas for failing to report as required by the terms of his or her supervision or for any other violation of probation, probation with restrictive conditions, or parole.

The Pike County Probation Office is located in the Pike County Courthouse, Milford, Pennsylvania.

Mission Statement

As a section of the unified judiciary, the Court of Common Pleas, Adult Probation and Parole Section’s principle mission is to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the criminal justice system through community protection, offender accountability, victim restoration, and promoting behavioral change, all in an effort to reduce recidivism.  Multi-agency collaboration, innovative ideas, and technological advancements are all necessary to accomplish this mission.

Court Functions and Responsibilities

  • Supervision of adult offenders placed on probation, probation with restrictive conditions, or released on parole by the Court from the County Jail.
  • Conduct pre-sentence investigations, pre-parole investigations and such other investigations necessary to serve the Court.
  • Manage and supervise electronic monitoring and other inmate release programs designated by the Court.
  • Assist offenders through personal and collateral contacts to achieve compliance with sentencing conditions.
  • Collection of restitution, reparation, fees, costs, fines, and penalties.