Online Anti-Theft Class for Shoplifting Intervention
Posted on: November 9, 2020 Time to read: 2 minutes
Anti-theft classes are designed to reduce repeat offenses in low-risk offenders who may have an addiction to stealing. 3rd Millennium Classrooms provides STOPLifting, an online educational course that may be mandated by a court, legal order, legal representative, parole or probation officer, or other agency for shoplifting or petty theft violations.
The anti-theft class can also be called:
Adult Theft Class
Shoplifting Diversion Program
Shoplifting Awareness Class
Shoplifting and Theft Awareness Class
Petit Theft Class
Petty Theft Class
Retail Theft Class
Juvenile Theft Class
Theft Intervention Class
Theft Education Class
Theft Prevention Class
STOPLifting is presented in 7 parts, and it equips clients with the knowledge and skills to make better decisions, such as:
Examining beliefs and attitudes about shoplifting
Understanding legal and personal consequences of shoplifting on their future
Reflecting on reasons they started shoplifting
Examining patterns of behavior
Managing stress as an alternative to shoplifting
Discussing life changes necessary to avoid and quit shoplifting
How It Works
Once your court or agency is set up with 3rd Millennium Classrooms, it’s simple and easy to implement our shoplifting intervention class for diversion.
Offender logs in - Offender uses a Student Instruction Handout to sign up and log in to the course at 3rdmil.com. As an administrator, you can download and print the Student Instruction Sheets to give to offenders or they can be emailed directly for a fully contactless experience
Offender completes the course - STOPLifting takes about 3 to 4 hours to complete, and offenders can log in and out as needed. The course is accessible from anywhere and at any time-- from their computer, phone, or tablet.
Automatic completion verification - After the course is completed, the completion certificate can be submitted by the offender or sent directly to your court or agency staff.
STOPLifting helps an offender create an action plan to avoid shoplifting again. A tailored, confidential My Summary report is generated from the offender’s responses about their habits and motivations.. Offenders can choose to share this report with a counselor for support as a second level of intervention or as follow-up support.
Want to start implementing shoplifting intervention classes in your jurisdiction, or for your clients? Get started by scheduling a demo.
This class is completed 100% online. This means that offenders can take the course anywhere and from any device, such as a computer, phone, or tablet. The course is self-paced and can be completed in one session, or over several sessions.
Other Benefits Include
Offender pays directly via our website
Instant course completion verification - no excuse for non-compliance!