Adult Probation and Parole Department
It is the mission of the Adult Probation and Parole Department of the County of Fayette to integrate the delivery of rehabilitative and correctional programming and services into related community supervision and operations as deemed necessary for the protection of society and the rehabilitation, treatment, and care of adult offenders, and provide effective evaluative tools and information to the Fayette County Court of Common Pleas for use in sentencing and disposition decisions.
Electronic Monitoring Fees
Payments for electronic monitoring fees can be made in person at our office located in the:
Public Service Building
22 E Main Street
Uniontown PA 15401
Methods of payment are cash, money order, credit card, or debit card. You can also pay online or through the US Mail. For online electronic monitoring fee payments, please thoroughly read and complete the online form using https://www.govpaynet.com/
If paying by mail, this office accepts only a money order. We do not accept certified or personal checks. Do not send cash.
Criminal Court Collections
Payments for fines and costs for criminal cases can be made in person, through the mail, or online to the Fayette County Clerk of Courts located in the:
Fayette County Court House
61 E Main Street
Uniontown PA 15401
Methods of payments are:
- Certified check
- Credit/Debit card
- Money order
- Personal check
A photo ID is required. For online payments, please thoroughly read and complete the online form using ePay.
To provide justice involved individuals the support necessary to successfully reintegrate into the local community and remain crime free.
The mission of the Fayette County Reentry Coalition is to promote respect, dignity, and self-preservation to justice involved individuals. We will do this by providing support systems from faith-based and community organizations, assisting individuals to remain offense free while enhancing public safety.
All justice involved persons are eligible for reentry services, which includes both county and state supervision. Referrals can be made by prison staff, probation officers, attorneys, judges, support agencies, and self-referrals.
Links to Reentry Services