Why Online Courses Reduce Non-Compliance from Offenders

Evidence-based practices are programs, practices, and policies that have been evaluated and shown to be effective at reducing or preventing risky behavior. These effective approaches include family interventions, community reinforcement, and skills training; however, implementing these programs requires coordination, effort, time, and money. Online interventions that incorporate evidence-based practices are a great way to affect behavior change in a timely and cost-effective way, especially for first-time offenders.

Court-Ordered Classes: Shoplifting

Do you have clients with shoplifting violations? Are you tired of seeing them in your courts for the same charges again and again?

The holiday season isn't the only time when shoplifters are busy. With teens out of school and free time on their hands, shoplifting tends to increase during the summer months. Unfortunately, many of these shoplifters are repeat offenders.

How You Can Support Victims of Sexual Assault

Depending on your life experiences, you may find it difficult to talk to someone who has experienced sexual assault. Every person will react differently to a sexually violent experience, and it’s important to follow the survivor’s lead. However, keeping a few things in mind, you can help create a safe place for a survivor to begin their healing process. Here are a couple of tips from our guide to help get you started:

How High-Risk Behaviors Can Contribute to Relationship Violence

It's no surprise that individuals who struggle with alcoholism or substance abuse tend to have a harder time controlling their anger. When someone is under the influence of alcohol or drugs, their inhibitions are lowered, and it is harder for them to control their actions. They are more likely to react in violent ways or act in a way they wouldn’t normally act.

Back to School Safety Checklist: Healthy Relationships Under Title IX

As you start to plan for the new school year, it’s important to keep in mind the safety of your students. One way you can do that is to help them identify the characteristics of healthy relationships and their rights under Title IX, which prohibit sexual violence, bullying and more.

Get School Year Ready with Online Title IX Training

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits sexual discrimination at any educational institution receiving federal financial assistance. This civil right bans sex-based discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and sexual violence. When a student has experienced any of these situations and reports them to the school, the school must stop the discrimination, prevent it from happening again, and address the effects it has caused.

There are 3 areas a campus must address in their annual security reports (ASR) to be in compliance with Title IX: