Q. How do I get to the Court Services
A. From the Courthouse take a right on Santa Fe going east.
Proceed 0.6 miles and the Justice Annex will be on your left across from Walgreens.
Johnson County Court Services has moved to
588 E. Santa Fe, Suite 4000, Olathe, Kansas 66061.
Q. How do I pay my court costs and /or
Q. What is the color code?
A. The color code is a tool used by Court
Services to randomly test clients for drug usage. Clients will be notified by
their probation officer if they are placed on the color code, along with any
specific instructions that may be needed.
Q. Why is security directed to inspect my
belongings, and why are there certain items I am not allowed to bring into the
A. Security inspects belongings/objects
for everyone's safety. It is necessary to insure that no object(s) be brought
into the lobby that could harm or create safety issues for anyone in the
building. Court Services reserves the right to restrict any object(s) that may
fall into that category for public safety purposes.
Q. How do I know what type of counseling
I am required to attend?
A. Your probation officer will be aware
of the initial counseling requirements as directed by the Court. You will be
provided with a list of approved providers to use or you may view the online
juvenile provider lists.
Q. Where is the court house located?
A. The Johnson County courthouse is
located at the corner of Santa Fe and Kansas Avenue in Olathe, see
map and directions.
Q. What is DNA Sampling?
A. DNA sampling is a tool used by the
State of Kansas to provide DNA blood and tissue samples to the KBI database.
State statutes require that all convicted felons must submit for DNA sampling
while they are on probation with Court Services. There are some misdemeanor
convictions that may also fall under state statute requirements. Your probation
officer will inform you of any obligations that you may have regarding DNA