District Court |
Court Services / Probation Department
District Court oversees court services and the probation department. Learn more about how to make payments, contact your probation officers, and more.
You must report any & all contact with Law Enforcement to your supervising officer within 24 hours. This should be done either in person or by telephone. If contact with Law Enforcement occurs outside of normal office hours or during the weekend, you should contact your supervising officer at 8:00 AM the following morning or at 8:00 AM on Monday proceeding a weekend.
Your probation may be allowed transfer to another jurisdiction depending on certain criteria. Please contact and discuss this situation with your supervising Court Services Officer.
If you have an active warrant, you can contact the Saline County Jail at (785) 826-6500 to arrange a time to turn yourself in. You may also report into the jail unscheduled if you so choose. The address for the jail is 251 N. Tenth, Salina, Kansas.
There are several means by which to contact your Court Services Officer. If it is an emergency, calling the Court Services Office at (785) 309-5842 is the best option. You can also report in person to request to speak with your supervising officer, or email your officer at their assigned email address which is their firstname.lastname@example.org
We have had a recent change in our payment system to the Clerk of the District Court. The preferred method of payment is online. Payments are now accepted online: www.paykscourts.com. (A 2.39% processing fee will apply)
You may continue to submit payments by mail to: Centralized Court Payment Center, P.O. Box 750200, Topeka, KS 66675-0200
To pay your fines by mail with a Check or Money Order:
Must include the county your case is in, the case number, and money order filled out correctly:Centralized Court Payment CenterP.O. Box 750200Topeka, KS 66675-0200(785) 368-7070