The Mission of Johnson County, KS Court Services is to provide information to the Court, supervision, and programming for
those who have come to the attention of the Court, by providing tools and opportunities to improve their lives and therefore
the lives of others in the community.
Previously Called 'BOND SUPERVISION'
Pretrial Supervision is granted in specific cases pending sentencing. Individuals placed on Pretrial Supervision are required
but not limited to the following:
• Must contact their Pretrial Supervision Officer within 24 hours of release from custody.
Do not confuse the Pretrial Supervision Officer with a Bail Bondsman, they perform different functions in the legal system.
• May not own or possess firearms, ingest alcohol/illegal drugs, or frequent places that serve alcohol for consumption.
Other restrictions may apply.
• Must not violate the laws of this state or any other jurisdiction.
• Continue to be supervised until the case is resolved or the Judge releases you from supervision.
• **CAM Officers, Pretrial Supervision Officers, and Bail Bondsmen are all different officers. Make sure you
contact parties that are required per your Pretrial Conditions.
You are required to attend all court hearings, unless otherwise notified. You should arrive at the court house at
least 30 minutes prior to your court hearing in case the security line is long.
You cannot bring any weapons into the court house.
When you enter the courtroom, you should turn off your cell phone.
After court, if you do not have an appointment with your Pretrial Supervision Officer, you must contact him/her for a court update. If you cannot
reach your officer, leave a message with your name, your case number, when your next court hearing is, and any changes in your bond conditions.
Commonly Asked Questions:
Why was I placed on Supervision?
• The Judge deemed it necessary for you to be
supervised while on pretrial status due to your specific situation (your
charges, criminal history, etc.). The goal of supervision is to have you attend
all court hearings and follow all conditions of bond.
When do I get off Supervision?
• When your case has been resolved (placed on
diversion, convicted and sentenced, found not guilty, etc.) or when the Judge
releases you from supervision.
What do I need for my first meeting?
• A picture ID if you possess one.
• $16 for an initial urinalysis.
• Verification of any prescription medications you
What do I do when I have been released from custody and have been granted
• Call 913-715-7535 within 24 hours of your release and
leave a message with your name, your case number, and a number which you can be
• Your officer will contact you with the number given
on your message, to schedule your initial appointment.