Administrative Office of the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit
The current structure was adopted by the court in 1988. It was restructured in 1995 and again in 2008, when additional organizational adjustments were instituted. It is headed by an executive director and is comprised of six separate divisions: Judicial Operations, Adult Probation Services, Psychological Services, Juvenile Probation and Detention Services, Administrative Services, and Judicial Information Services. A director leads each division. In addition, two core support units provide technical support to the judges and each of the divisions. These directors and managers work with the executive director to assist the Chief Judge in providing a broad range of professional services to the court. The remainder of this section will articulate the functional responsibilities for each of these areas.
Our Current Organizational Chart
Division of Administrative Services
Division of Adult Probation Services
Division of Judicial Information Services (JIS)
Division of Juvenile Probation & Detention Services
Division of Psychological Services