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Overland Park Court Services is licensed by the State of Kansas to provide DUI evaluations and alcohol and drug assessment and referral services. This program also provides court supervision and monitoring services.
The court also works with the Overland Park Police Department to provide traffic school classes.
12400 Foster St.
Overland Park, KS 66213
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Our evaluators have both national and state certifications, and provide professional, thorough and cost effective evaluations used by courts and treatment agencies throughout Kansas. Evaluations are provided to the court for sentencing, probation and diversion, and treatment referral purposes.
Probation officers are assigned a caseload of individuals placed on diversion, probation or parole by a judge. Individuals who are court-ordered to be supervised by a probation officer must report to the office and provide proof of compliance with all of the conditions assigned by a judge.
The following organizations provide structured classes in drug and alcohol abuse, tobacco use, anger control, and theft subject areas.
Traffic school is often included as an additional sanction for minors who commit traffic offenses.
The program is only open to those individuals ordered to attend by a judge or who are referred as part of a plea agreement by the city prosecutor.
The fee for traffic school is $25 and must be paid at Overland Park Municipal Court.
Classes are the first and third Saturday of every month, from 8 a.m. until noon at the Myron E. Scafe Building, 8500 Antioch Road. Scheduled traffic school dates include: