Pretrial Release

Manatee County Pretrial Release aspires to benefit the local Criminal Justice System and surrounding community by:

  • Providing relief from unnecessary and expensive jail overcrowding as a reasonable alternative to pretrial detention for qualifying arrestees.
  • Enhancing public safety by identifying defendants who should be detained pretrial.
  • Assisting qualifying defendants to maintain their livelihood and support for themselves and their families.
  • Ensuring the safety of the community by providing appropriate levels of supervision of court ordered conditions of release, as well as providing rehabilitative opportunities for offenders and monitoring their appearances in court.

current pretrial release clients:

  • The Check In Report Form may be completed electronically and submitted to the Probation Office. Fill in all the required information and submit

    PTRS Check In Form


Pretrial Release Services Staff

Call (941) 749-3050 and Extension Listed Below
or email first name.last [email protected]

Name Ext
Yesenia Alves - Probation Officer
Delia Carden - Probation Assistant
Marissa Grow - Probation Officer 6826
Kelsea Hall - Probation Officer
Dennis Harmon - Probation Officer 2605
Janelle Kusmierz - Sr. Probation Officer
Krystle Monclova - Probation Officer 6817 
Christina Hallinan - Sr. Probation Officer 
LaTanya Neasman - Probation Officer
Michael Rogers - Chief of Pretrial Services
Chasey Sheffield - Probation Assistant 6800
Edie Timek - Probation Officer 6822
Sue Uscanga -  Sr. Probation Officer
Kasey Wright - Probation Officer
Beth Zipperer - Senior Administrative Specialist 6805

Standard Conditions of Pretrial Release

  1. Allow a Pretrial Release Officer to conduct visits at his/her residence.
  2.  Allow a Pretrial Release Officer to conduct visits at his/her job site.
  3. Continue reporting to Pretrial Release until finished with case. (Sentenced, Declined, Dismissed, Nolle Prossed)
  4. Refrain from committing a violation of any Federal, State, or Local law, including criminal traffic violations
  5.  Appear at all scheduled court hearings and submit to orders and process of judges/magistrates.
  6. Report to his/her Pretrial Release Officer twice per week or as otherwise ordered.
  7. Notify his/her Pretrial Release Officer prior to any change of address, telephone, job or school status.
  8. Not leave Manatee, Sarasota or their contiguous counties; or the State of Florida without a Court Order.
  9. Pay all fees ordered by Court.
  10. Abide by Curfew, if Ordered.