Fifth Judicial District of Pennsylvania
County of Allegheny
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Consistent with the Order of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania dated April 1, 2020, this Court having originally declared a judicial emergency in the Fifth Judicial District of Pennsylvania through April 14, 2020, President Judge Clark now declares that the judicial emergency be extended through May 8, 2020. The Fifth Judicial District Emergency Operations Plan dated March 26, 2020, as amended, shall remain in effect through the duration of the judicial emergency. Additionally, in recognition of the likelihood that this judicial emergency may, of necessity, be extended through May 31, 2020, it is further ORDERED that any case postponed due to this emergency be scheduled after May 31, 2020, and that the suspension of the operation of Rule 600 be applied to those postponements, subject to constitutional limitations. Cases that can be resolved entirely through the use of Advanced Communication Technology may be postponed to a date prior to May 31, 2020.

Russell Carlino, Administrator
Russell Carlino

Welcome to Allegheny County Juvenile Probation!

Allegheny County Juvenile Probation is committed to implementing the principles of Balanced and Restorative Justice: Community Protection, Victim Awareness and Youth Competencies. Through our collaboration with numerous community groups and organizations we are making a difference in Allegheny County. The biggest indicator is our successful completion of probation rate, which continues to rise, proving we are succeeding in accomplishing our goals.

  • Youth are performing more community service then ever before in an effort to give back to the community
  • Youth are attending Victim Awareness classes - making the youth accountable and sensitive to what their behavior does to not only the victim, but their families and the communities where they live.
  • We continue to develop competencies for our youth that will enable them to become responsible, productive and tax paying members of our community.

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