Probation Department

Due to the court closure, all probation will be via electronic means until further notice. The Probation Department has a voicemail box set up at (586) 446-2565 that will allow you to leave a general message if needed. 

Reporting probationers have been designated with an officer by first initial of your last name.

* If your last name starts with A - K, you may contact Officer Gadioli at (586) 446-2569 or email: 
Officer Gadioli
* If your last name starts with L - Z, you may contact Officer Finkel at (586) 446-2509 or email: Officer Finkel.

JUNE REPORTS: Beginning June 9th, the Probation Department will offer virtual reporting via Zoom. Emails will be sent to probationers with links to the meeting. Reporting times will be between 9:00 am and 11:30 am, and 1:00 pm and 3:30 pm. You may "arrive" to the meeting at ANY time during your assigned sessions, and you will be queued into a waiting room. Probationers will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. If you "miss" your report date, you may report on the 4th Tuesday of the month, unless otherwise instructed by your probation officer. 

Please see below for your assigned date. If there is a link available, you may click on it and it will take you to the Zoom website. If you require a password, please email your probation officer.  

June 30th: 
A-K Missed appointments with Officer Gadioli
Meeting 9am - 11:30am: 926 9390 1473
Meeting 1:00pm - 2:00pm: 983 1746 9412 (Change in time)
L-Z Missed appointments with Officer Finkel
Meeting 9am - 11:30am: 912 947 0364
Meeting 1:00pm - 3:30pm: 912 947 0364

Officer Gadioli's Zoom: 709 211 9233
Officer Finkel's Zoom: 912 947 0364

Moving forward, probationers will report as follows

First Tuesday of the Month: 

A-C with Officer Gadioli
L-N with Officer Finkel

Second Tuesday of the Month:
D-F with Officer Gadioli
O-R with Officer Finkel

Third Tuesday of the Month:
G-K with Officer Gadioli
S-Z with Officer Finkel

Fourth Tuesday of the Month: 
A-K Missed appointments with Officer Gadioli
L-Z Missed appointments with Officer Finkel

Assessments and presentence investigations will be conducted via Zoom or telephone. You will receive notice in the mail of your appointment date and time. 

All probationers will report via phone, mail, email, or video-conferencing until further notice. You may complete your regular monthly report via email by downloading a copy of the Probation Monthly Report (see below) and emailing, faxing, or mailing it to us. 

While the CDC recommendations of social distancing remain in effect, please be aware that the Probation Department is working with vendors to allow probationers to maintain a safe distance while still complying with orders of probation. Certain classes may be cancelled until further notice; you will not be held in violation for a class cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak. Additionally, testing sites are taking measures to ensure complete sanitation. Proper hand-washing is always recommended. The Probation Department has discretion to waive some oversight costs if you lose your job or switch to unemployment during this outbreak; please email us for more information. 

If you are in need of a support group meeting but are trying to avoid crowds, please visit or call Pause A at (425) 436-6360, Access #422932 at 2PM everyday. 

Please feel free to reach out to us with any additional concerns. 

The Probation Department is responsible for monitoring all reporting probation cases originating from the Sterling Heights division of the 41-A District Court. It is located in the lower level of the 41A District Court Judicial Building on Dodge Park in Sterling Heights.

The Probation Department of the Shelby Division of the 41-A District Court, located at 24 Mile Road and Van Dyke in Shelby Township, may be reached at (586) 739-7325, prompt #8. 

Services provided by the Probation Department include: monitoring defendants ordered to reporting and non-reporting probation; community service placement and follow-up; conducting pre-sentence investigations, including substance abuse and domestic violence evaluations; appearances at court hearings; and providing sentencing recommendations.

The primary function of the Probation Officer is to ensure that the probationer is in compliance with the court order. If probation is ordered, it typically is accompanied by conditions, fines and costs. In addition to any specific terms of probation, standard terms include: 1. Do not violate any law of any unit of government. No arrest/ticket for any criminal activity while on probation. 2. Obtain permission to travel outside the state from the probation officer or Court. 3. Notify the Court/Probation of any change in address or employment status; and 4. Report as instructed by the Court.  Specific conditions of probation may be addressed with the Probation Officer at the time of your report. 

Probation Officers are accessible via email at any time. Please see the Staff Directory for updated email information. 

Commonly Requested Probation Forms

Traveling While Under Probation Supervision

Probation is a privilege, as is traveling while under the supervision of the Court. Probation will not excuse any other conditions of your probation while you are traveling; you are required to comply with all conditions, including testing. It is recommended that if you cannot comply with probation requirements while you travel, that you save your travel for when you have completed your probation term. If your Judge permits travel and alternative testing, below are some suggestions to maintain your compliance. It is recommended that you speak with your Probation Officer at your regularly scheduled meeting regarding your specific circumstances.
  1. Contact the jurisdiction to which you are traveling and make arrangements ahead of time for testing. It is recommended that you speak with the actual facility in advance of your travel, to ensure that you have all proper documents and to make sure they can accommodate all testing rules as set by your sentencing judge.
  2. If you are ONLY alcohol testing, you may request a device (i.e. portable breathalyzer or tether) to use in place of testing while you travel.
  3. If you are traveling for FOUR (4) DAYS or LESS, you may participate in "bookend testing," where you submit to a voluntary test at your designated facility before you leave to establish a baseline, and test at the next available test time immediately upon your return (using an ETG-Alcohol test and minimum Eight Panel drug screen).
Finally, you may write your sentencing judge for any other accommodations.

Community Service Work Hours

Community service work may be ordered as a condition of probation; as an alternative to fines and costs; or as a condition of a deferred sentencing. Community service hours must be completed a non-profit organizations. Hours must be documented, and verification on agency letterhead must be provided to the Probation Department of the Court prior to the due date.

Agencies are pre-approved by the Probation Department, and lists are available below or in person from the Probation Department. If you would like to complete your community service hours at an agency not listed, you must first contact the Probation Department to obtain approval. Hours completed at an agency that does not have city approval may not be valid.

Failure to complete your community service hours as directed will result in a notice of non-compliance to your Judge.

Community Service Work Agreement

Community Service Log Sheet

Community Service Work Sites - Macomb
Community Service Work Sites - Oakland
Community Service Work Sites - Wayne

Remote Supervision

The 41-A District Court has computer-based monitoring available as a tool for low-risk offenders in lieu of traditional in-person reporting. In order to participate in a computer-based monitoring program, it must be ordered as a condition of reporting probation, non-reporting probation, or delayed sentencing. The Court may also utilize this type of reporting tool for pre-trial monitoring or for additional monitoring of reporting probationers. 

If you are ordered to Macomb Community Corrections, you may contact the office at (586) 307-9443 with questions. 

If you are ordered to Court Works, it may be accessed via this website:  

If you have lost your username and passcode, you may email Officer Gadioli for information on how to regain entry to the system.