Cumberland County Adult Probation COVID-19 Updates
The Adult Probation Department is committed to helping protect and serve our community . . .
As our department and Cumberland County take appropriate precautions to protect the health and well-being of our employees and members of our communities, we want to inform the public of the following temporary operational changes.
On Tuesday, March 17, the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners signed a Declaration of Disaster Emergency due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The commissioners made this decision for the health and safety of our county employees and residents.
The courthouse and all county facilities will be closed Wednesday, March 18 and Thursday, March 19 to all visitors, but will remain open to essential personnel. During this time, the board of commissioners will continue to develop plans for future Cumberland County government operations. The board will provide an update on Thursday, March 19.
All residents and other persons should refrain from coming to the Cumberland County Courthouse, Adult Probation Department, and all county-owned buildings and facilities to address non-essential and non-emergency activities during the time the declaration is in effect. The only exception being any court proceedings and court-related matters, as specifically indicated by order of the President Judge of Cumberland County, that shall be conducted.
This declaration shall not affect any limitations and restrictions previously imposed on visitation and access to Claremont Nursing Home and the Cumberland County Prison, which limitations and restrictions shall continue to apply.
All DUI classes scheduled for March have been cancelled. The schedule for April will be reviewed, and participants will be notified when classes have been rescheduled and available makeup dates..