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Drug testing is determined by your supervising agency, so you will need to contact them before reporting to the laboratory. If you are required to drug test at the CSAP lab, see information listed below.
The CSAP Laboratory is open as follows:
Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. and 2:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
The lab is located at 227 W Jefferson Blvd, 3rd Floor, South Bend, IN. You must bring a Photo ID and $15 with you. If you are testing for an agency other than Probation, CSAP or Problem Solving Court - you must bring documentation from your referring agency.
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If you were ordered to probation by the Court, you need to report to the Adult Probation Department as directed by the Court. Most frequently, this is either immediately or within 48 hours. Be sure to bring any documentation you received in Court with you (terms of probation, order for report, etc). The Adult Probation Department is open from Monday to Friday, 8:00 to 4:30 pm and is located at 227 W Jefferson Blvd, 4th Floor, South Bend, IN 46601.
The Adult Probation Department is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Located on the 4th Floor of the County-City Building @ 227 W Jefferson Blvd, South Bend, IN 46601.
The Adult Probation Department is located on the 4th floor in the County-City Building at 227 W. Jefferson Blvd, 4th Floor, South Bend, IN 46601.
The contact number is (574) 235-9565.
Probation Department Fees can only be paid at the Adult Probation Department. Payments are only accepted in the form of money order or cash. Please note that change is not given at the Probation Department, so you must bring the exact amount you want to pay.
Travel Restrictions may have been placed on you by the Court when you were placed on probation. If you are unsure if your travel is restricted or not, please contact your Probation Officer for clarification.
Be sure to have the following information when you call your PO:
Transferring of probation is possible, but there are restrictions depending upon your type of case. You need to contact your Probation Officer for specific information as the rules for transferring to a another county is different than transferring to another state.
Before contacting your probation officer, have the following information with you:
Information regarding criminal cases can be accessed through the public information website.
You can search for active protective orders and /or no contact orders through a public information site.