Juvenile Intensive Supervision

General Information

Community Corrections-Juvenile Services working in cooperation with youth that are placed in programs through court orders. We place emphasis on public safety, preventing future offenses through the use of evidence-based correctional practices and services, education, employment and enhancing positive family impact on the offender's behavior. Offenders are supervised on level systems based on their level of risk to reoffend as determined by evidence-based correctional risk assessments. Urinalysis and breath analysis tests detect drug use. Contacts with employers, educators , treatment providers, caregivers and the offender are characteristic of these programs. In some cases, electronic monitoring is used to restrict freedom and provide sanctions for minor violations of the conditions of supervision. This restricts the offender's mobility to the home or other approved locations.


Juvenile Intensive Supervision (JISP)
JISP is an intensive community based program providing services to offenders at risk of entering state's custody and placed on intensive supervision probation by the Court.

Juvenile Case Management (CM)
This program provides supervision and case management for youth in the custody of the Kansas Department of Corrections- Juvenile Services. Some juveniles served by this program are placed outside their family homes in a variety of settings including: detention, resource homes, residential treatment facilities, independent living programs.

Conditional Release (CR)
This program provides supervision and case management for youth returning to the community from juvenile correctional facilities on conditional release. Juveniles served by this program are placed in their family homes, detention, resource homes, residential facilities, treatment programs, and independent living programs.

Immediate Intervention Program (IIP)
This program offers an alternative to prosecution in the juvenile justice system. The purpose of IIP is to direct juvenile offenders away from the formal court system while still holing them accountable for their actions. IIP is a voluntary program where offenders can take responsibility for their actions while avoiding a criminal record.

The referrals for this program are from the local county attorney's office are first-time misdemeanor offenses, no prior adjudications, and has participated in the Juvenile Intake Assessment Process.

Juvenile Intensive Supervision Officers

  • Kala Garman - JISO II
  • Vicki Lawrence - JISO I
Office is located at: 

2365 W. Central 
El Dorado KS 67042.

Telephone Number (316) 321-1728
Fax Number (316) 322-8495