DOC HomeCommissionerAdmin ServicesInstitutionsProbation & ParoleParole Boardsearch DOC
State of Alaska > DOC > Probation & Parole > Probation Offices

Region II

Chief Probation Officer:
Martie Correa

Southeast Office
121 Seward St.
Juneau, AK 99801-1223

907-465-2881 (fax)

Northern Office
455 3rd Avenue, Suite 130
Fairbanks, AK 99707-3878

907-458-6831 (fax)

Division Directory

The northern region covers the northern part of the state, supervising adult felons through five district offices in Fairbanks, Barrow, Kotzebue, and Nome, with a total staff compliment of 35. The region's 22 probation officers, assisted by Criminal Justice Technicians in Barrow, Kotzebue, Nome, and in Fairbanks, supervise offenders and prepare presentence investigation reports for the superior Courts in each District. The Northern Region is geographically the largest and most remote region in the state, requiring officers to regularly travel from their home communities to isolated small towns and villages. These approximately 145 communities are often many miles from connecting road systems, requiring travel by small aircraft, snow machine and boats. The Northern Region is comparable in size to the combined square mileage of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, and Montana. The region is comprised of the Second and Fourth Judicial Districts. A detailed description of the area can be found at each individual district office site.

The southeastern region covers the southeastern part of the state, supervising adult felons through district offices in Juneau, Sitka, and Ketchikan, with a staff compliment of 14. Limited road networks make supervision a geographical challenge, the access to the towns and villages in this area requires travel by small plane, boats, and ferries. The area comprises the First Judicial District. A detailed description of the area can be found at each individual district office site.

The services provided by these regions are:

Maintain public safety by developing and implementing probation supervision standards in conjunction with the other Regional Chief Probation Officers.

Standardize probation officer training and the delivery of probation/parole services throughout the region.

Provide increased supervision for high-risk sex offenders.

Maintain and enhance communications with the criminal justice system.

Research and develop alternatives to incarceration, intermediate sanction programs and accountability programming for those who violate their conditions of probation (e.g., victim impact classes and non-criminal problem solving skill programs).

left corner SOA   DOC Home   Commissioner   Admin Services   Institutions   Probation & Parole   Parole Board   Webmaster right corner