Address:
6103 31st Ave NE
Tulalip, WA 98271
(Driving Directions)

Phone:
360-716-4773
Jury Duty Call-in Line:
360-716-4784

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Tulalip Tribal Probation Office

The Tribal Probation Department supervises the clients of the Tulalip Tribal Court who are under the court’s jurisdiction. Tribal Probation monitors both post-adjudication and pre-adjudication clients on the criminal side of the court system as well as monitors court orders to insure they are being carried out.

The Probation Department supervises and facilitates the Tribes Community Service Program, coordinates with Snohomish County for EHM/GPS monitoring, coordinates with treatment providers, both tribal and state, does random drug testing as needed, coordinates with the police department for Tribal Court warrants, and, also networks with the Washington State Department of Corrections, the Federal Probation Department, numerous local probation departments both state and tribal.

Please contact probation staff at 360-716-4800 (main Probation office number) for:

  • Probation Officer, Lena Hammons
  • Pre-Trial Services Officer, Ashley Utz
  • Probation Assistant, (TBA)
  • Probation File Clerk, Evangelina McGill

 


 

Probation Officer Bio:

 

Lena Hammons, Tulalip Tribal Probation Officer, has worked with the Tulalip Tribes in various capacities for 24-years, most notably as the Tulalip Gaming Agency Director. She has an undergraduate degree in Social Sciences/Law, Societies and Justice from the University of Washington, and also earned a Master’s degree in 2013 from Seattle University in Public Administration. Ms. Hammons is currently studying for her PhD in Indigenous Studies at TeWhareWananga, Maori New Zealand.

Ms. Hammons is also admitted to the Tulalip Bar, is a member of the Tulalip Law & Justice Committee, and was the Law & Order Sub-Committee Co-Chairperson on Indian Law Enforcement Reform Act. In August of 2016, she successfully graduated from the Washington State Criminal Justice Commission’s Probation Academy. She also belongs to a number of other Tribal and National committees.