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500 W. Main Street Courthouse Smethport, PA 16749

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McKean County Adult Probation Department
500 W. Main Street Courthouse Smethport, PA 16749



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Gary Seefeldt
Chief Adult Probation Officer


McKean County Adult Probation Department

Employees: 7.5 total

Note: Chief Adult Probation Officer is also the Director of Domestic Relations Department (1/2) 7 full-time, non-bargaining, non-Civil Service (5 Probation Officers 1 Adult Probation Aide, 1 Secretary)

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. The Department will provide information to the Court to aid in the determination of appropriate disposition through pre-sentence investigation

2. Parole planning and investigation

3. Supervision, surveillance and enforcement of Court ordered conditions for offenders in the community

4. Collect court-ordered monies

5. Supervision of the 3G (Good Growing Gardens) Program which provides community service opportunities as a sentencing alternative emphasizing rehabilitation and training.  The program produces vegetables and wood products such as benches, chairs, picnic tables and more, that are utilized throughout the community.  The program also works in conjunction with Career Link to help individuals find employment.

Mission Statement:
To protect the community from further crimes, to ensure accountability for offenses committed and to provide offenders with the necessary resources to function as productive, responsible citizens.

1. Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole
2. Interfacing with other counties and states - clients
3. Mental health providers - client referral
4. Drug and alcohol rehabilitation providers - client referral
5. Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts (AOPC) - collection system
6. All law enforcement agencies
7. Attorneys - local and out of area (mostly local)
8. PennDOT - litter pick-up program for offenders