What do I have to pay?
All clients placed on probation with D.C. Probation Services are required to pay a monthly supervision fee of $90.00 due by the 25th of every month. Acceptable methods of payment include money order, check or you may pay in cash or use your debit/credit card in person at the probation office.
How do I make a payment? Pay Online
If you wish to pay online using VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or a debit card visit our online payment system at www.yakimaprobation.com. There is a convenience fee for using this service.
Mail A Payment
District Court Probation accepts checks and money orders by mail. Make all checks and money orders payable to Yakima County Probation Services. Please include a case number or date of birth on your check or money order.
Mail payments to: Yakima County Probation Services
128 N. 2nd Street Room 200
Yakima, WA. 98901
Make a Payment In Person
Probation Services accepts cash, personal checks, money orders, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover or a debit card in room 200. Please include a case number or date of birth on your check or money order.
Yakima County Probation services contracts with YCCS for collection services. If your case has been assigned to collections, you must contact the collection agency directly at 509-574-1840 in order to make payment arrangements.
How do I sign up for a class? To sign up for a class you must first pay the registration fee. Payment can be made in person at the Yakima location, via the website or by phone by dialing 1-866-879-2818. Acceptable forms of payment if you choose to pay online are VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover or debit card. Visit our online payment system at www.yakimaprobation.com. There is a convenience fee for using the service. Visit the class calendar to pick an available class that works with your schedule.
I was just placed on probation, what do I do now? You are required to report to D.C. Probation Services Room 200 immediately after court or after being released from custody. If you are released from custody after regular working hours, you must report the following business day.
You must bring the following with you:
Your court papers
The registration process takes about 15-20 minutes. You will be assigned a probation officer and scheduled for an intake appointment approximately 2-3 weeks from the day you register.