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Thurston County, Washington

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Superior Court

Contact Us

Reception 360-709-3131

FAX for Court Intake 360-709-3190

FAX for Probation Counselors 360-709-3150

Probation Services is located at Family and Juvenile Court.

Reception 360-709-3131

Fax for Court Intake 360-709-3108

24-hour phone: 360-709-3180

Juvenile Court Detention Services is located at Family and Juvenile Court.

Administration Title Email Phone
Bryan, Ted Juvenile Court Administrator 360-709-3165
Gaither, Reggie Detention Manager 360-709-3136
Herbert, Jen Probation Supervisor 360-709-3132
Madsen, Jim Probation Manager 360-709-3148
Offender Probation Email Phone
Diaz, Rob 360-709-3194
Fenton, Palen 360-709-3129
Gilman, Mike 360-709-3146
House, Chris 360-709-3147
Miller, Melissa 360-709-3151
Schuchmann, Jenn 360-709-3142
Civil Probation Email Phone
Dotson, Sara 360-709-3152
Rideout, Tammi 360-709-3144
Diversion Email Phone
Anderson, Jessica 360-709-3161
Dependency Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) Email Phone
Mayo, Wendy- Supervisor 360-709-3231
Bryant, Haley 360-709-3137
Gustavson, Laura 360-709-3134
Ivory-Saunders, Nancy 360-709-3127
Slenes, Sunnie 360-709-3139
Sovik, Meg 360-709-3121
Watters, Sarah 360-709-3162

Frequently Asked Questions

A juvenile is any individual who is under the chronological age of eighteen years and has not been previously transferred to adult court.

A judge decides what happens to juveniles accused of breaking the law, or whose parents cannot care for them, or whose behavior makes them "at risk" or "in need of services."

The term "parent" as used here means the juvenile's parent, legal guardian, or custodian.  Parents are an important part of juvenile court.  Studies show that when a parent goes to a diversion meeting or comes to court, the juvenile has a better chance of staying out of trouble in the future.

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