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Piscataquis County Probation Department
Probation officer’s are appointed to investigate, report on, and supervise the conduct of convicted offenders on probation. Items to bring to the Probation Office include: employment verification (a pay stub), residence (a lease, copy of a utility bill, etc.), community service record log, counseling or meeting attendance, all personal drug prescriptions, medical condition documents, and immigration registration among other things.
Office: Piscataquis County Probation Department
location: 52 Court Street, Dover-Foxcroft, Maine, 04426
Phone:
Fax: N/A
Piscataquis County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 30
Avg Daily Population 26
Name of new facility not applicable
Full time payroll 28
Full time total employees 28
Total salaries and wages 804802
Other operating expenditures 255934
Total construction costs 0
Equipment, furnishings, etc 49994
Year of original construction 1901
Year of major renovation 1989
Name of new facility not applicable

Address: 52 COURT ST DOVER FOXCROFT ME 4426

Piscataquis County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016 7,511
Number Employed Annual Average, 2016 7,104
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016 407
Unemployment Rate, 2016 5.4
Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015 36,463
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Piscataquis County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014 3,173
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015 19.1
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

1 week ago
Deputies answered the following calls over the past week:

Brownville: notified a person of a death in the family, started a fraud investigation, theft of a package that the deputy was able to locate, kids playing in an empty building, a car accident and a family dispute.

Sangerville: a car accident, car passed a stopped school bus, several times we checked on the well-being of a homeless person, a juvenile was assaulting her mother, and neighbors were having a loud party.

Dover-Foxcroft: assisted DFPD as they conducted interviews in Sebec on a case they are working.

Guilford: burglar alarm [2], ATL a male wanted by Greenville PD, shop lifter, made several well-being checks on a homeless person, money bag stolen from a business, and escorted a person to pick up their belongings.

Parkman: checked the well-being of an elderly woman on the side of the road, investigating the theft of a credit card.

Sebec: a car accident, a car lockout, trespassing by a neighbor, two girls harassing two guys, and we arrested a guy for violating a protection from abuse order.

Lakeview: answered a burglar alarm.

Monson: investigated suspicious activities.

Orneville: a 911 hang-up call.

Abbot: a car accident.

Atkinson: a man threatening suicide.

Medford: checked the well-being of an elderly man, investigated a drug overdose.

Milo: assisted MPD at a fight involving several people.
shared Maine Drug Enforcement Agency's post.2 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
Sheriff’s Deputies answered the recent following calls:

Sangerville: verified a VIN on a vehicle, checked a person well-being, an out of control child, custody dispute, an old tenant trespassing, medical assist, 10-55, a young kid refusing to go to school ran into the woods, another custody dispute, escort to pick up property, a family disturbance, recovered a car stolen from Searsport, suspicious property in the park, and kids were harassing each other.

Guilford: burglar alarm, 911 hang-up call, lockout x 2, removed an unwanted person, medical assist, bomb threat, broken garage window, investigated a death, OUI, family disturbance, another burglar alarm, 10-55 x 3, suspicious noises in the night, missing road sign, suicidal person, theft, civil issue, prowler around a residence, noisy neighbors, and checked the well-being of an elderly person.

Wellington: assisted Skowhegan PD in locating a person.

Monson: keep the peace at an event, 10-55 PI, phone harassment, and a 911 hang-up call.

Orneville: domestic violence incident with an arrest, checked the well-being of a person.

Ebemee: 10-55 x 2.

Abbot: 10-55, 911 hang-up call, suspicious vehicles, removed an unwanted person, a suicidal person taken to the hospital.

T1 R9: ex-husband trespassing onto property.

Dover-Foxcroft: lockout x 3, assist DFPD.

Brownville: check well-being of an elderly person, night hunting, civil issue over a laptop, investigating a sexual assault, investigating credit card theft, and a 10-55.

Parkman: removed an unwanted person, boundary dispute between neighbors, late night prowler, and a person in mental distress.

Sebec: Violation of a Protection Order x 2, family disputes x 2.

Atkinson: investigated a fatal car accident.

Willimantic: 10-55.

Dexter: assisted on a high-speed chase and again on a man with a knife.

Shirley: a home broken into but nothing taken.

Medford: check the well-being, suspicious car load of men, and investigated a death.

Williamsburg: 911 hang-up.

Blanchard: investigated a reported child abuse case.

Milo area: investigated a sexual abuse case.

Lakeview: theft from a camp and at another camp boats were removed from under the camp to the lawn.
added 2 new photos.3 weeks ago
Thanks to the fine crew from PCSO who represented us at the PCHS Halloween event. From left, Debbie, Maria, Anita, with Hunter and Stan in the back. They prepared bags for 145, but ran out by 7:00. Planning ahead for the "just in case" there were spare goodies to share. Overall, Halloween was quiet from a law enforcement perspective. Over the past 15 years we've noticed a distinct change in the Halloween celebration; more organized activities and much less emphasis on vandalism. That's a good thing!
3 weeks ago
If you come into the Sheriff's Office you'll likely be met by these two pirates, otherwise known as Anita and Maria. You can meet them again if you go to the PCHS annual Halloween event. They'll be in the pirate room, ready for all you swashbucklers to grab your goodies! Starts at 4:PM.
4 weeks ago
The Trenches

As the end of October approaches it brings with it the conclusion of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Of course, DV doesn’t go away and the endless stream of people impacted by this insidious violence grows by the day. We are reminded that the victims aren’t just those with black eyes and strangulation bruises. Kids are present and aware, even when adults don’t realize they are watching or listening.

I began my career with the SO in 1984. That was the period in time when society began to view DV as a criminal act. It was the transition between police bringing the perp to a friend’s house for the night, because arrest wasn’t possible, and taking them to jail, as we do now. I became acquainted with a group called Womancare; unseen warriors in the trenches supporting DV victims and working to shine a light on this evil and change attitudes.

Womancare no longer exists; it merged with Sprucerun and now are known as Partners for Peace. But much of the core staff and volunteers remain and are as committed to the work of advocating for victims of DV as ever. Over the years I’ve referred many, many women, and men, to them for help, insight, resources, and support. It never mattered if it was 12 noon or 12 midnight, they responded with compassion and experienced skills.

The work of DV advocacy is fraught with disappointment, setbacks, frustration and doubt. I suspect at times they get discouraged and silently wonder if the midnight calls are making any difference. DV hasn’t slowed down and for every victim that makes lasting change another one begins the agonizing process.

Cindy, Art, Angie, Jen and all the other warriors in the trenches: it does matter, a lot. Every week I am reminded of the good w0rk you do as I talk with folks you’ve helped. You have been the encouragement so badly needed, had the frank talk when it wasn’t welcome, and shown that violence in homes and relationships is not love and is no way to live.

Thanks, because I know that as October rolls on by you will continue to be there, in the trenches, doing the work few will do.

Bob Young, Chief Deputy

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