Juvenile Crime and Consequences in Kansas

This publication answers questions for youth and their parents may have if they are arrested, ticketed or otherwise involved in the Juvenile Offender system in Kansas.   

The index (on page 4) is hyperlinked to the information related to the question.  Click on the question to be directed to this information.

 

This brochure was printed in  September, 2011.  Thanks to the Sedgwick County Department of Corrections, with funds provided by the Center for Children’s Law and Policy and the DMC / Juvenile Justice Action Network: An initiative supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for making this project possible.

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