FAQs (Adult-Related Questions)

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  • What are the benefits to setting up a Prepaid Destination Account?

    You may add up to 10 additional phone numbers to your account at no additional cost (cell #'s, friends, family and work)

    All phone calls may be recorded.
    Calls will connect to cell phones, subject to facility restrictions.
    The minimum funding amount is $25.00.  Your account must remain funded in order to allow phone calls to be placed.
    You have access to fund your account through NCIC's automated customer service 24/7.

  • What do I need to bring to my probation appointments?

    Bring all of your court papers including minute orders and probation orders.
  • I've been placed on probation for a crime involving domestic violence. When must I come to the probation department for my initial meeting?

    The first Thursday after your court date, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 noon.
  • Do I need to check with a probation officer when I’ve been released from jail or after court?

    If you have been placed on formal probation, you must come to the probation office at 2780 E. Gibson Rd., Woodland, immediately after the court hearing in which probation was granted, or if you were in jail at that time, within 72 hours of release from jail.
  • When do I go to court?

    You need to either contact your attorney or the court itself to find out.
  • Can I pay my work program fees at the Alternative Sentencing Program Office?

    Yes, fees are collected Monday through Saturday from 7:45-12:00 & 12:30-3:45.  We accepte cash, check & credit cards. To pay over the phone please call the Yolo County Collections office at (530) 666-8668.
  • Where is the Alternative Sentencing Program Office Located?

    The Alternative Sentencing Office is located at 2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland, CA 95776
  • What is the phone number for the the Alternative Sentencing Office?

    The Alternative Sentencing Program office phone number is (530) 669-2331
  • I have been ordered to do work program/community services, but I have a full time job will I be able to work on weekends only?

    Yes, with proof of employment (check stub or work schedule on employers letterhead) you can be scheduled to work weekends only.
  • What if I can't pay my Work Program fees within 45-days?

    Contact the Alternative Sentencing Office at (530) 669-2331 and ask to speak to a supervisor.
  • How much time do I have to pay my Work Program fees?

    Program fees must be paid within 45-days from the date on the referral issued to you by the Sheriff's Department or Court Minute Order.
  • What are the Alternative Sentencing Program's office hours?

    The Alternative Sentencing Program Office (ASP) is open from 7:30-12:00 & 12:30-4:00 Monday thru Saturday
  • What are the Probation Office hours?

    Probation Office hours are 8am-5pm Monday through Friday.