Community Corrections provides a cost effective means of public safety through highly structured community supervision. The agency supervises high risk juvenile and adult felons that are Court-Ordered intensive supervision.
The Riley County Attorney’s Office is responsible for prosecuting criminal cases that occur in Riley County, both juvenile and adult. In addition to criminal prosecution, this office also handles Child In Need of Care Cases, Involuntary Commitments, and Traffic cases.
The Riley County District Court is a trial court in Kansas, which is located in the 21st Judicial District, along with the Clay County District Court. District Court has general jurisdiction over all civil and criminal cases, including but not limited to domestic, limited civil, small claims, probate, guardian conservatorships, mental illness and juvenile matters. In addition to those cases, District Court also issues marriage licenses, coordinates jurors for jury trials and provides offender supervision with Court Services.