Travis County Adult Probation Department is committed to providing an environment which is free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, and intimidation. Adult Probation Department policy prohibits discrimination and harassment based on sex/gender, race, age, military status, religion, color, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, or membership in any protected status in accordance with federal, state, or local law.

Travis County Adult Probation Department’s policy against harassment applies to all persons, including applicants, vendors, clients, and the public; it is intended to protect Adult Probation applicants, vendors, clients, and the public from unlawful harassment by any person in connection with Adult Probation Department activities. The Adult Probation Department prohibits retaliation of any kind against applicants, vendors, clients, and the public, who, in good faith, bring harassment complaints or assist in investigating such complaints.

Filing A Complaint

To file a complaint alleging discrimination in connection with Adult Probation Department Activities, please submit the complaint in writing to:

Travis County Adult Probation
Attn: Human Resources Manager
P.O. Box 2245
Austin, TX 78768

If after submitting your grievance in writing and receiving a response from the Human Resources Manager you still have concerns related to your grievance, you may contact the Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Community Justice Assistance Division, the Office of the Governor-Criminal Justice Division or the Federal Office for Civil Rights. The contact information for these entities is as follows:

Texas Department of Criminal Justice - Community Justice Assistance Division
Attn: Ombudsman Office
P.O. Box 12427, Capitol Station
Austin, TX 78711

State of Texas Office of the Governor - Criminal Justice Division (Note: This contact only pertains to persons who interact with the Travis County Adult Probation DWI Court)
P.O. Box 12428
Austin, TX 78711

Federal Office for Civil Rights
Complaints may be submitted online
Or in writing to:*
Office for Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Attn: Jorge Lozano, Regional Manager
1301 Young Street, Suite 1169
Dallas, TX 75202

*If you prefer to submit a written complaint in your own format to the Federal Office for Civil Rights, be sure to include the following information: Your name Full address, Telephone numbers, E-mail address (if available), Name, Full address and telephone number of the person, agency or organization you believe discriminated against you, Brief description of what happened; How, why, and when you believe your (or someone else's) civil rights were violated, Any other relevant information, Your signature and date of complaint. If you are filing a complaint on someone’s behalf, also provide the name of the person on whose behalf you are filing.

Contact Information

Rodolfo Pérez, Jr.

Daniel McCoy-Bae
Assistant Director

Pretrial Services

Drug Diversion Court

Adult Probation