8:00 am-11:00 am
1:00 pm- 3:30 pm

Urine Drug Screens- $15.00
Oral Drug Screens-$25.00



Please note each probationer will be directed by their individual officer of their responsibility to utilize the Sentry System Call-in Feature. Each individual probationer has specific Identification Number (IVR number) to inform the Sentry System of who they are.

I am aware that I am responsible for calling between the hours of 1:00 AM and 9:59 AM (Closes at 10:00 AM) to see if I test Monday-Sunday.

Although I may call in to see if I can test between the stated hours above, I must report to test at Wabash County Probation during the hours they are open for testing. Failure to do so could lead to a sanction/revocation.

Wabash County Probation Department Testing Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 am-11:00am and 1:00pm-3:30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00am-12:00pm (noon)

UA Call Line Phone Number
The phone number that I am responsible for calling is:


I understand that I am not allowed to “make-up” a test if I fail to test the day I am required to. Failure to submit on the day I am required to could lead to a sanction/revocation.

Please realize that everyone that tests calls the number listed above, if you fail to get through the first time continue to call until you get through.

Details for the UA Call line:
When calling the UA call line phone number you will receive the following prompt (during the times stated above)

You have reached the drug testing notification system.

Press 1 for English
Press 2 for Spanish

Once the appropriate selection has been made, You will receive the following prompt:

Please enter your client ID number:

Once the ID has been entered you will receive the following prompt:

Does your last name begin with XXX?
If yes press 1. If no, press 2. (if you press 2 you will be looped back to please enter your client ID number)

If the correct ID is used and the last name is also correct you will hear one of the following options:

You are required to test today

Do Not Test Today (it will repeat this three times)

If the caller receives the following prompt they have called too early:

You have called the drug testing notification system too early, please call back

If the caller receives the following prompt they have called too late:

You have called the drug testing notification system too late, please call back.


Go to mycallin.com in your browser. (Please note that the same time frame of 1:00 am-9:59 am applies to on-line check-in):

1. Please enter the phone number 866-205-5835, including the area code.
2. Please enter your Last name in the next field, and your unique identification number in the “ID Number” field.
3. After filling out the form, please hit “Next”.
4. Please confirm that your information has displayed properly on the next page using the buttons at the bottom of the page. Ifyour information is not displayed, please hit the red button to have another chance to check in.
The final page will display whether or not you are required to test that day.


March 13, 2015

Wabash County Probation Department Announces Credit & Debit Card Payment Options for Probation

Beginning March 13, 2015, consumers who wish to make payments to the Wabash County Probation Department may do so using GovPayNet®. GovPayNet accepts the major credit, debit and prepaid debit card brands for payment 24/7 on-site, online (www.GovPayNow.com) or by phone (1-877-EZBAIL5). Cardholders can make payments on their own behalf or on behalf of friends or family. They need only have some basic information about the Defendant, including Cause Number, Date of Birth and Address, information that the Wabash County Probation Department can provide prior to the cardholder contacting GovPayNet. For added convenience, GovPayNet’s dedicated, bilingual Criminal Justice Payment Specialists are available around the clock for cardholder assistance.

Cardholders pay a service fee at the time of their transaction. There are no charges to the Wabash County Probation Department for participation in the GovPayNet service.

GovPayNet accepts Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express® and Discover®.

GovPayNet, based in Indianapolis, is a category leader in processing bail and bail-related payments by card to Courts and incarcerating agencies. More than 500 corrections systems nationally rely on GovPayNet to process bail and other criminal justice payments, which account for the majority of the nearly $200 million in payments the company handles annually for government agencies.

“Making GovPayNet’s services available is an excellent opportunity for the Wabash County Probation Department to be at the forefront in offering a convenient, flexible way to pay government obligations and improve probation supervision services,” noted Sarah Lochner, Wabash County Chief Probation Officer.