County Services

Use this directory to connect with the county services you need.

Guides

Not sure where to get started? Our guides will walk you through important services and support.

Children and Family

Courts and Legal

  • The Johnson County DA's Diversion Program is intended for first-time offenders who commit a relatively minor criminal offense.

    District Attorney
  • Johnson County, Kansas foreclosure sales.

    Sheriff
  • The District Attorney's Office serves the community through education, victim assistance, and prosecution of criminal violations of the state laws of Kansas.

    District Attorney
  • Search for active warrants from the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office warrant files. 

    Sheriff

Education and Training

  • The CERT Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization and disaster medical operations.

    Emergency Services

Employment and Volunteering

Mental and Physical Health

  • The Johnson County Critical Incident Stress Management Team, or JCCISMT, has been organized since 1987 to help support all emergency service personnel in Johnson County, Kansas through the effects of extreme events. Our main objective is to lessen the impact of an extreme event and accelerate the return of personnel to routine functioning. The team members are highly trained and dedicated emergency service peers and mental health professionals. They seek to understand the unique personalities of emergency personnel and the duties they perform.

    Emergency Services

Public Safety and Emergency Services

  • The absconders list contains information about people who have absconded from the supervision of the Johnson County Department of Corrections in violation of their probation order.

    Department of Corrections
  • The Johnson County Department of Corrections Adult Residential Center is a 398-bed, community based facility that provides a highly structured environment for adult offenders ordered to our program by the District Court.

    Department of Corrections
  • Johnson County Sheriff Booking and Release Reports for the week.

    Sheriff
  • The CERT Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization and disaster medical operations.

    Emergency Services
  • The Johnson County Critical Incident Stress Management Team, or JCCISMT, has been organized since 1987 to help support all emergency service personnel in Johnson County, Kansas through the effects of extreme events. Our main objective is to lessen the impact of an extreme event and accelerate the return of personnel to routine functioning. The team members are highly trained and dedicated emergency service peers and mental health professionals. They seek to understand the unique personalities of emergency personnel and the duties they perform.

    Emergency Services
  • The DA Consumer Protection Unit educates consumers and addresses complaints by consumers against area merchants.

    District Attorney
  • The Johnson County DA's Diversion Program is intended for first-time offenders who commit a relatively minor criminal offense.

    District Attorney
  • A record that has been "expunged" means that to most persons or agencies outside the court system, it can be treated as if it never occurred.

    District Attorney
  • Resources and services available to victims and witnesses of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, homicide, DUI and all other crimes against person and property.

    District Attorney
  • Find Fingerprinting for employment or other purposes (other than offender registration).

    Sheriff
  • Johnson County, Kansas foreclosure sales.

    Sheriff
  • Johnson County Corrections House Arrest involves a philosophy of strictly limiting an offender’s movements within the community through electronic monitoring while using cognitive based intervention techniques to promote behavior change within the clients served.

    Department of Corrections
  • Search inmates and booking history by inmate name.

    Sheriff
  • Correction's Adult Intensive Supervision Program, or ISP, provides community-based supervision of adult felony and some misdemeanor offenders.

    Department of Corrections
  • The District Attorney's Office serves the community through education, victim assistance, and prosecution of criminal violations of the state laws of Kansas.

    District Attorney
  • It is the mission of the Sheriff's Office to Johnson County with the foundational principles of service, justice and fundamental fairness. Find out how the Sheriff's office can help you.

    Sheriff
  • The Juvenile House Arrest Program is the highest level of supervision available to youth in the community. The program provides an alternative to incarceration.

    Department of Corrections
  • The Juvenile Intensive Supervision Program was developed in 1994 to provide an alternative for juvenile offenders in lieu of removal from the home. JISP clients are either on probation through the District Court or on Conditional Release from the Kansas State Juvenile Correctional Facilities.

    Department of Corrections
  • NotifyJoCo is a mass notification system designed to keep Johnson County residents, businesses and others informed of emergencies, including weather warnings, water main breaks, public safety alerts and natural disasters. Local authorities in partner communities use NotifyJoCo to alert you and keep you informed.

    Emergency Services
  • Our certified technicians will provide education and assistance for proper car seat installations.

    Sheriff
  • Search for non-fatality accident reports.

    Sheriff
  • Report suspicious or criminal activity in Johnson County, Kansas. To report a crime in progress, call 911.

    Sheriff
  • Report “bad” checks that fall under the jurisdiction of the criminal courts.

    District Attorney
  • Report illegal drug activity in Johnson County, Miami County and Franklin County, Kansas only.

    Sheriff
  • Find out how to report identify theft and download an identity theft information packet.

    Sheriff
  • Johnson County MED-ACT provides all Emergency Medical Services to over 590,000 citizens residing within Johnson County Kansas. MED-ACT is an Advanced Life Support based system that employs Kansas State certified paramedics under the direction of the Johnson County Medical Director. MED-ACT also provides medical coverage for scheduled events for a fee. Events that are usually covered by the department include 5Ks, marathons, duathlons, triathlons, parades, sporting events, fairs and community festivals.

    Emergency Services
    MED-ACT
  • Request electronic records from the DA's electronic discovery system.

    District Attorney
  • The Johnson County Sheriff's Central Record Division serves as a repository for all records managed and generated by the Sheriff’s Office.

    Sheriff
  • The purpose of the Johnson County Corrections Therapeutic Community is to increase the opportunity for success of adult felony offenders in an intensive, long-term residential treatment setting.

    Department of Corrections
  • We are looking for a few qualified individuals that would like to commit to assisting victims of crime in Johnson County.

    District Attorney
  • Search for active warrants from the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office warrant files. 

    Sheriff
  • Johnson County Emergency Services is promoting a Weather-Ready Nation by educating the community on severe weather awareness and preparedness, conducting training exercises for weather spotters and disseminating weather information via platforms like NotifyJoCo and social media. Find out how to become a WRN Ambassador.

    Emergency Services
  • Johnson County Corrections offenders ordered to work release are serving their sentences while being allowed to maintain their employment, pay taxes and pay on their program and court financial obligations.

    Department of Corrections

Records