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To educate the client on how their theft has an impact on them financially, socially, and legally. To discuss the socially irresponsible behavior of the individual charged with a theft related offense by identifying risk factors associated with that theft.
Criteria for Participation:
Any client with a theft related offense. Low ORAS level clients will only be required to attend the initial class. Clients of moderate or higher ORAS level will be required to complete a Carey guide assignment(s) and report to the instructor the same and/or the following week.
Bring awareness to clients on the facts of the law, and on their responsibility to prevent future criminal behavior.
The following sessions will be from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Reibold Building, 117 S. Main Street – 10th Floor, classes will be held on Tuesdays.
February 8 March 8 May 10
June 14 August 9 September 13
October 11 November 8