The Westchester County Department of Probation is a law enforcement agency that annually handles cases involving more than 2,000 youth in the Family Court system and more than 11,000 adults in the criminal courts.

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Probation Department Instructions relating to COVID-19
In light of the state and county emergency orders related to the coronavirus pandemic, we have closed all district offices. Staff are working remotely and are available by phone from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Criminal Court matters
If you have just been sentenced to probation and

  • you reside out of state or out of county, you must report to our office at 111 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 7th Floor, White Plains, NY immediately after sentencing. - or -
  • you are a Westchester County resident, do not to report to our office. However, you must contact the Westchester County Probation Department immediately after sentencing by calling (914) 995-3529 to report that you have been sentenced to Probation. Provide or verify your contact information, including an e-mail address, when you call. - or -
  • you reside in the Peekskill jurisdiction: Contact your assigned probation officer directly, or call either (914) 862-5204 or 914-995-3529.

Family Court matters
White Plains Jurisdiction: (914) 995-4762
New Rochelle/Mount Vernon Jurisdiction: (914) 813-5500
Yonkers Jurisdiction: (914) 231-2900
Read COVID-19 Updates for a list of services through the Family Court Bureau.














The goal is to promote public safety and at the same time hold offenders accountable for their actions. The department works closely with numerous criminal justice agencies, including the District Attorney’s Office, and many social services agencies.

The department prepares pre-sentencing reports for judges, monitors and enforces compliance with probation conditions, respond to the needs of victims, assist families in crisis, and help offenders to change.

In Westchester, monitoring takes the form of residential contacts, drug testing, making sure the offender attends counseling sessions, and helping offenders to find suitable housing and employment.