What is appropriate dress for office visits?

Visits to the Adult Probation Office should be treated no differently than a visit to a professional office. While we understand that many times visits are made before, during, or after your work hours and that you are unable to change clothes from work, you are expected to be clean and not track dirt or other materials into the office. You should be dressed appropriately for the situation. This means no overly revealing attire, costumes, inappropriate tee shirts with profane messages, messages promoting alcohol or drug use, or attire that signifies or promotes any gang affiliation.

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1. Can I have my CSR hours changed into a fine?
2. Can I pay off all my court costs, restitution, probation fees, and fines up front?
3. How do I determine if my Driver’s License is under suspension?
4. How to obtain a Travel Permit?
5. What are the hours of operation?
6. What happens during a home visit? What should I expect? What are my rights?
7. What happens if I miss or am late for an appointment?
8. What is appropriate dress for office visits?
9. What is not allowed in the offices?
10. What information is available to the public, family members, victims, etc. regarding my probation status?
11. What rights do I lose as a person placed on probation?
12. What should I bring on first Office Visit?
13. When and where does Community Service Restitution (CSR) meet?
14. When and where is the Victim Impact Panel (VIP) held?
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16. Will I have to do a urinalysis at my first office visit?