What is the Monitored Misdemeanor Program? When you are on the Monitored Misdemeanor Program (previously called Enhanced Bench probation) and sometimes called monitored bench probation, your name is entered into the Law Enforcement Data System (LEDS).  If you have contact with the police, the Monitored Misdemeanor Program staff is notified, investigates the contact, and reports what occurred to your judge.  The most common violations reported are drinking, driving illegally, and committing new crimes. You are charged $15.00 a month to be in this program.
Do I have a probation officer with Monitored Misdemeanor Program? NO. You are on BENCH PROBATION and you are directly responsible to your judge for completing all the conditions of your probation. **** If you already have a probation officer, then you are on formal probation, and you are not eligible for the Monitored Misdemeanor Program.
What do I do now?
What should I do first?
DID YOU CHECK IN AT ROOM 106 ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE COURTHOUSE? IF NO, RETURN TO THE COURTHOUSE IMMEDIATELY!!!IF YES, This is very important: YOU MUST REPORT TO THE DUII EVALUATORS WITHIN 25 DAYS OF GOING TO COURT, OR YOU WILL BE REPORTED AS ‘NON-COMPLIANT’ TO THE JUDGE.
  1. Sign up for the DUII Evaluation.
    Go to ADES of Portland 506 SW 6thAve. Suite 611 Portland, OR 97204 -1526
    Phone # 503.719.5741 (return calls - within 5 working days)
    DUII Eval. Hours are:
    Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 
    1021 SW 4thAve Rm 106 Window #1(call 503.988.3235 ext. 3 for information)
  2. Sign up for Victims Panel at:
    Multnomah County Courthouse:
    1021 SW 4thAve Rm 106 Window #1
    (call 503.988.3235 ext. 3 for information)
  3. Jail time Go to the Justice Center TSI Desk and schedule your jail time. If you have a question about turning yourself in, call the TSI Desk at : 503-988-3276.
  4. Make sure you have a calendar and write down all of your appointments, including your TSI dates for jail.  If necessary, ask a friend or family member to remind you about your appointments, and to drive you where you need to go.  The first 30-45 days of your probation are very important: either you get on the right track, or you don’t.Stay focused and organized, and take care of business!
Where can I get a copy of my police report and DMV (driving) record? Get your police report from your attorney, or from the police agency that cited/arrested you for the DUII.  The agency will charge you for the copy; ask them how much, and how to pay for it.

Go to any full service DMV office and request a copy of your driving record; the fee is $3.00. The best thing to do is ask DMV to fax a copy of your record to the DUII Evaluators’ office at 503-719-5742.

Are there special conditions for Monitored Misdemeanor Program? Yes- Check out:

Monitored Misdemeanor Program conditions

OTHER QUESTIONS: WHAT IF….. ??
…I miss my Victims Panel date or I don’t have the $50 fee? Return to Room 106 at the Courthouse to reschedule your appointment or call #503-413-4960.
… I don’t see the DUII evaluators within 25 days of being sentenced? Your judge could issue a warrant for your arrest.  Go to the DUII Evaluation office at 506 SW 6thAve, Suite 611 Portland. Make an appointment for the screening assessment.
… I don’t have the time or money to do any of this right now, so is it OK if I wait a year? After all, I have at least two years on this probation? NO-- it is NOT OK to wait a year, or even a month. Your judge gave you instructions to IMMEDIATELY schedule Victims Panel; to report to the DUII Evaluators within 25 days; to schedule your jail time (if any); and to start paying a certain amount of money every month on your fines. The court reviews your case 90-120 days after sentencing. If you ignore these instructions and do nothing, your judge could either issue a warrant for your arrest, or send you a notice that a show cause hearing has been set and you must go back to court. The judge can either give you more time on probation – up to six years, or revoke your probation and put you in jail for up to a year.
How do I pay my COURT fines and fees? MAIL PAYMENTS ON COURT FINES TO: Multnomah County Courthouse  
Financial Obligations
PO Box 114  Portland, OR  97207
(Please write your case number on the check or money order.)

PAY IN PERSON:
Multnomah County Courthouse
1021 SW 4th Avenue Room 106  Portland, OR 97204

CALL THE COURT ACCOUNTING OFFICE AT:
503.988.6279

What are my Monitored Misdemeanor Program PAYMENT OPTIONS?

Can I pay my Monitored Misdemeanor Program fees in person at the Mead Building?

Can I pay by credit card?

Can I pay the monthly fee in advance?

Send my payments to Los Angeles, CA? Yes, this is our direct Bank of America payment box.

You will receive a monitoring fee bill every month while you are on probation.  Please write your sid/customer number  that is on your statement or case number on the check or money order.

PAY ONLINE
(Use your SID # for your Customer number )

MAIL YOUR CHECK OR MONEY ORDER (Payable) TO:

MULTNOMAH CO  Monitored Misdemeanor Program (MMP)
Lockbox No. 742967
P.O. Box  742967
LOS ANGELES, CA 90074-2967

PAY IN PERSON AT:
Mead Building, 421 SW 5th Ave. 4th floor  Portland,
OR, CALL the Monitored Misdemeanor Program (MMP) office at 503.988.4848 to make a payment by phone.

OR,

You may pay by the month, pay for the entire probation at once, or pay any amount of the total in advance.

Everything costs so much!  How can I get my fines & fees reduced or waived? If you are having difficulty paying fines and fees, you need to explain your situation to your probation judge and ask the court to reduce or waive some or all of your fines and fees. You can call your judge, or write a letter.
How do I find the name of my probation judge? Check your court sentencing order, or call the Multnomah County Criminal Court Coordinator at

503.988.3649, or the Monitored Misdemeanor Program (MMP) office at 503.988.4848.

Who do I call if I have questions about this probation, or about the Monitored Misdemeanor Program (MMP)?  When should I call? Read all the materials you have been given. If you still have questions, you should call the Monitored Misdemeanor Program (MMP)  office at 503-988-4848.
  1. Call the Monitored Misdemeanor Program (MMP) office if you have police contact of any kind. 
  2. Call the Monitored Misdemeanor Program (MMP) office or fill out an update online whenever you change your address.
Thinking of moving? Can I move out of state?

If you have two (2) or more DUII Convictions in your lifetime you must apply for and receive permission to move to another state. You may not move without approval from both your probation judge AND the receiving state.  It’s OK to move to another county within Oregon, but you must always report to your Multnomah County probation judge.  ALWAYS send a change of address notice to your probation judge AND to the Enhanced Bench office, even if you are just changing apartments in the same building.

FILL OUT
Updating address and employment information

or EMAIL information to:monitored.misd.program@multco.us