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Operating within the Revised Kansas Juvenile Justice
Code, the Juvenile Unit prosecutes juvenile offenders
alleged to have violated the laws of the State of
Kansas. Attorneys review case investigations presented
by law enforcement agencies to determine what, if any,
offenses will be charged.
The Juvenile Diversion Program enables
qualified juvenile offenders to avoid adjudication for
crimes committed upon the successful completion of an
offender diversion program. Youth who are approved for
the Program must accept responsibility for the offense
and sign an agreement, which outlines all of the
requirements of diversion. Program requirements may
include a combination of payment of restitution,
correctional counseling, substance abuse and mental
health treatment, community service work, and payment of
costs and fees. Please review eligibility
requirements and guidelines
before submitting an
If you are to perform community service,
this list may be helpful:
Community Service Resource List
The Child in Need of Care (CINC) Unit has the
protection of children as its primary responsibility.
The CINC Unit is comprised of a Deputy District
Attorney, staff attorneys, and support personnel whose
obligation it is to screen cases and when appropriate
file petitions alleging abuse or neglect. District
Attorney staff work closely with SRS agency personnel
and private contract providers. Once a case has been
initiated, staff attorneys attend court proceedings in
accordance with the Revised Kansas Code for Care of
Children, K.S.A. 38-2201 et seq.
resource and activity
book can help children understand their roles and
what is expected of them if they must appear in court.
Mission: To assure quality public services that provide for the present and future well-being of the citizens of Sedgwick County.
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