Monroe Circuit Court Probation Department Court Ordered Monetary Obligations
Arranging Payment Plans
The total amount of court-ordered fees varies for each person on probation. Please refer to your Order of Probation and check with your Probation Officer for the specific amounts owed in your case. Some payment deadlines are established by the Court. Your probation officer will assist you with developing a payment plan to meet your court related financial obligations, and will establish deadlines for payment of these obligations. If financial problems arise while you are on probation, please inform your probation officer immediately. It may be possible to make alternative payment arrangements. However, you are expected to maintain employment while on probation to ensure that these financial obligations are met. Failure to meet financial obligations because you are unemployed is not a legitimate excuse. It is possible that a wage assignment may be ordered by the court or a civil judgment may be entered against you by the court for any unmet financial obligation.
Where to Pay Fees & Costs
Only cash, money orders, or cashier’s checks will be accepted, no personal checks. When paying with cash, you must have correct change; the Probation Department cannot make change. Payment may be made in person or by mail. When paying by mail, DO NOT send cash. Credit card payments are accepted by the Probation Department and Clerk’s office. To pay by credit card online, go to www.govpaynow.com.
Probation fee payment location code=3054
Clerk’s cost/fee payment location code=2245
To pay by credit card via phone 24 hours/day, call (888) 604-7888. A fee for service will be added to the amount due.
Drop Box: When paying fees by money order or cashier’s check, you may put the money order/cashiers check in the Probation Drop Box in the Curry Building entryway (main entryway/breeze-way to Curry Building, 214 W. 7th Street). NO CASH in Probation Drop Box, please. Make sure your name and Cause/Case number are written legibly on the check/money order.
Court related costs, fees and fines are to be paid in the Monroe County Clerk’s office, 301 North College Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47404.
- Court costs
- Court Alcohol and Drug Program fee
- Public Defender’s fee
- Alcohol and Marijuana Education School fee
- PRIME for Life Alcohol/Drug Education Class fee
- Victim restitution
- Drug Interdiction fee
- Alcohol Countermeasures fee
- Drug Court Program fees (owed prior to July 1, 2010)
Probation and Community Corrections related fees will be paid in the Monroe Circuit Court Probation Department, 214 W. 7th Street, Suite 200 , Bloomington, IN 47404.
- Probation User fees & transfer fees
- Drug testing fees
- Road Crew fees
- Problem Solving Court User fees
- Public Restitution fees
- House Arrest/Home Detention fees
- Day Reporting fees