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Navajo County Probation Departments

The Navajo County Probation Departments work with courts to assess adequate needs and risk and target proper intervention for adult and juvenile offenders through their conviction and adjudication process.  Our departments are focused on collaborating with neighboring agencies and resources to restore and rehabilitate the offenders to their community, all while promoting public safety and increasing justice to the communities and victims.

Adult Probation

Mission Statement

To enhance public safety while restoring individuals within the community by promoting responsibility, ensuring justice and providing opportunity for positive change.


Vision Statement

The Navajo County Adult Probation Department will work with the Courts, probationers, victims and the community to restore justice and promote public safety through the use of evidence based principles.



Adult Probation Chief - Shanda Breed

Office hours: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday (Except Legal Holidays)


Probation Administration

Location Address and Contact Information
Navajo County Governmental Complex 100 East Carter
PO Box 668
Holbrook, AZ 86025
Phone: (928) 524-4144
Holbrook Field Office 121 West Buffalo
Holbrook, AZ 86025
Phone: (928) 524-4710
Show Low Field Office

920 E. Deuce of Clubs
Show Low, AZ 85901
Phone: (928) 532-6020

Snowflake Field Office 145 South Main Street, Suite C
Snowflake, AZ 85937
Phone: (928) 536-2345
Winslow Field Office 605 East 3rd Street
Winslow, AZ 86047
Phone: (928) 289-6810


Juvenile Probation

Mission Statement

To serve the Navajo County Superior Court in the execution and enforcement of its rights and duties by authority granted to the Judiciary in the Arizona Constitution and Arizona Revised Statutes.



  • To act as officers of the Superior Court in Administering court ordered mandates for the accountability of the offender in juvenile delinquency and incorrigible issues.
  • To prescribe and monitor treatment strategies for the rehabilitation of juveniles accused of a delinquent act or status offense in Navajo County.
  • To act as a resource to parents, schools, law enforcement and other agencies, and the community when dealing in juvenile matters.
  • To collect data in a timely and accurate manner for dissemination to the Arizona Supreme Court to conform with grant funding contracts and administrative orders.
  • To determine the risk of a juvenile to the community and to supervise the child within the parameters of the accepted policies and procedures of the department for the safety and good of the community.
  • To determine the needs of a juvenile when referred to the department and to allocate resources (as applicable and based on availability) to fulfill (when possible) the assessed needs.
  • To enhance personal skills and improve competencies of juvenile offenders for adjustment into society at-large.
  • To operate a juvenile detention center to meet each individual detainee’s nutritional, emotional, spiritual, educations, recreational, hygienic, and physical needs while detained.