Community Corrections

Overview


Community Corrections provides intensive supervision and surveillance for adult and juvenile offenders who would otherwise be incarcerated in State facilities. Funding is from the Kansas Department of Corrections and the Juvenile Justice Authority. Intensive supervision is the cornerstone of Community Corrections.

For offenders, this includes:
  • Frequent face-to-face meetings with case managers
  • Routine drug testing
  • Surveillance (including evenings and weekends)
  • Community service
  • Regular contact with other community agencies that provide offender services, such as counseling, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, etc.
For more information on Community Corrections, please visit the website for the 8th Judicial District.