Services provided by the 7th Judicial District of the District Court.
Victim and Witness Support services provided by the District Attorney's Office.
Criminal Diversion program.
The Adult Corrections (County Jail) facility.
Information about traffic tickets issues in Douglas County, Kansas.
Juvenile Services provides supervision for youth who are involved in the court system.
Probation, Traffic, and Unsupervised Payments
Seeks to reduce recidivism of those individuals with substance use disorder.
The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) was established by the Board of County Commissioners of Douglas County on March 9, 2016.
Reduce criminal involvement of defendants who suffer from serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders.
Juvenile Immediate Intervention Process (IIP) services provided by the District Attorney's Office.
Juvenile Detention provides short term care in secure custody to juveniles awaiting court involvement.
Traffic diversion program with the District Attorney's Office.
The Juvenile Corrections facility.
Consumer protection resources for citizens of Douglas County, Kansas.
Services offered by the District Attorney's Office of Douglas County, Kansas.
Records request services for cases in the 7th Judicial District.
Child Protection services offered by area agencies.
Crime prevention information and resources.
Day School provides school for juveniles in the court system with a more structured setting.
Pre-Trial Diversion Services
Pre-trial diversion program aimed at educating an offender about the harms of substance abuse.
Criminal Justice Services provides services for both adult and juvenile clients.
New Discovery procedures for dissemination of discovery to defense attorneys.
Juvenile Intake assists Law Enforcement, offers crisis intervention and referral services.
Services provided by the District Attorney's Office of Douglas County, Kansas.
Information on getting Protection Orders against abuse and stalking.
Resources for potential and current jurors.
Information on establishing, collecting and disbursing child and spousal support.
Adult probation provides intensive supervision for adults who are involved in the court system.
The Truancy Program is offered to youth who are having difficulties attending school.
Youth crime information, including juvenile intake, probation, detention and day school.
Reduce Justice System involvement of Non-Violent Female Offenders with Substance Use Disorders.
Explore possible sustainable alternatives to incarceration.
Child custody options, including parenting plans, visitation and other resources.
Law Enforcement services provided by different departments.
Community Service Work is performed by defendants who serve local government or non-profit organizations.
Information and resources for traffic tickets and diversions.
Marriage licenses, ceremonies, and options for custody and divorce cases.
Addressing the needs of those impacted by harm through relational processes of accountability and repair.
Defense services provided by court-appointed and area attorneys.
Small claims cases for less than $4,000.
Municipal courts are completely separate from the District Court. They handle violations of city ordinances.
Important information on reporting crimes.
Rules and procedures for the District Court.
Concealed carry laws and resources.
Mediation for child custody, parenting schedules and parenting rights.
Open to everyone, the law library provides print and electronic resources for cases.
Information on Guardian Ad Litem Panel Pilot Project.
Search for court dates and hearings.
Representing Yourself In Court