Adult Diversion Program
The diversion program is intended to give a "second chance" to offenders who commit a relatively minor criminal offense.
Diversion is a privilege and not a right. There is no guarantee diversion will be granted in any given case. The needs of the offender are less important that those of public safety and the rights of the victim(s).
In determining whether or not to grant diversion, the District Attorney will consider whether the defendant demonstrates a genuine sense of remorse and is prepared to acknowledge the act(s) charged and accountability for the consequences of their actions.
The Johnson County District Attorney Diversion Policy can be found here:
The Johnson County Diversion Application can be downloaded here:
DIVERSION APPLICATION (Fillable Form)
DIVERSION APPLICATION (Printable Form)
The diversion application fee is due upon submission of the application. We accept the following forms of payment: exact cash, money order, or credit/debit card. Acceptance of the application will be based upon the current diversion policy.
If you have further questions about or need assistance with the adult diversion program, you may contact our office at (913) 715-3114.