Theft Level 2

$120.00

Theft Level 2

Repeat Offenders, Fraud, Felony Theft

1 1/2 Days: Saturday and Sunday
Day 1: Saturday 9:00AM to 2:00PM
Day 2: Sunday 9:00AM to 11:00AM

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  • You will be enrolled in the Preferred Class. If that option is full, then you will be enrolled in the Alternative Class
  • The address provided will be used to mail out the materials that you will need to attend the Virtual classroom. There will be an additional fee to resend class materials if we are not informed of any address changes at least 14 days prior to the start of your class. It is your responsibility to ensure that the information you provide is accurate.
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Theft Level 2

Repeat Offenders, Fraud, Felony Theft

One and half days: English $120
1 1/2 Days: Saturday and Sunday
Day 1: Saturday 9:00AM to 2:00PM
Day 2: Sunday 9:00AM to 11:00AM

Classes are offered: Online Remotely

The Theft Level 2 Class addresses the cognitive/behavioral issues behind criminal behavior that is becoming a  pattern: intentional, repeated shoplifting, employee theft, credit card fraud, non-violent car theft and theft of more than $1000. Previous arrests and consequences have not deterred these offenders and without some intervention they are likely to re-offend. The class encourages offenders to take responsibility for their behavior in a positive environment that fosters involvement, interaction and peer support.

Program Contents

  • Introduction and Agreements
  • How did I get here?
  • Cost and Consequences
  • Real Colors ©
  • Exploration of Motive, Means and Opportunities
  • External Factors Supporting the Decision to Steal
  • Trust
  • Staying in Control
  • Impacts of Stress and Emotional Triggers
  • Cognitive Distortions: Blaming, Minimizing, Entitlements
  • Influence of Temperament and Personal Choices
  • The Power of Choices on the Future
  • Planning for the Future and Relapse Prevention

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