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Whether or not you are on probation, you must contact the Illinois Secretary of State's Office or an attorney to obtain information about the procedure to follow to get your driver's license back.
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You must report on time the day of your appointment. If you should need to change your appointment time or date, you must speak to your Probation Officer to make those changes. No one else can make those changes for you.
If you are arrested or have any police contact, contact your Probation Officer immediately.
All payments, of cash/personal check/money order, need to have the case number included and need to be made to the Lee County Circuit Clerk's Office either in person at the office, Monday through Friday 8:30 am to noon and 1 pm to 4:30 pm or by mail:309 S GalenSuite 320Dixon, IL 61021
If you need to speak to your Probation Officer and they are not available when you call the department, leave them a message stating your name, contact phone number and the reason for the call and the officer will get back to you as soon as they are able. Please remember that officers are required to attend court and other meetings throughout the day.
View the Drug Court page for information on the referral process.
The Courthouse is open to the public Monday through Friday (with the exception of county holidays) 8 am to noon and 1 to 4:30 pm.
The following are not permitted inside of the Courthouse:
Probation clients need to bring the following information in order to obtain a travel permit from his/her officer:
The cost of drug testing for clients sentenced in Lee County is included with the probation service fees. Out of county transfer clients are responsible for paying for drug testing to the Lee County Probation Department.
If a client has been drinking and comes to the Probation Department with an odor of alcohol on their breath it will be considered a missed appointment.
Pursuant to 730 ILCS 5/5-6-3 and the Interstate Commission on Adult Supervision (ICAOS), if you request to transfer your probation to another county/state, you will be required to pay a supervision fee to the supervising county/state and not Lee County.
If you request that your probation be transferred to another county/state and you have paid your fees in full and are requesting a refund of the overpayment, it is advisable that you contact your attorney and request that they file the appropriate paperwork and schedule the matter before the sentencing judge to order the Circuit Clerk to refund the overpayment. Repayment of the lump sum will not be made unless ordered by the Court.