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LEVEL I

This program expands upon our shoplifting course to include non-retail theft. The evidence-based coursework is appropriate for wide variety of common misdemeanor theft offenses and common sanction applications.

LEVEL II

This Level II program teaches students to think about how they think, how they live, how they communicate, and how to make better choices in their lives, as well as different classifications and consequences of theft, the personal and societal impacts of these crimes, and how they can make changes in their lives to avoid committing these crimes in the future. The evidence-based coursework is appropriate for retail and non-retail theft offenses and common sanction applications.

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WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN LEVEL I COURSE

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Furnishes instruction to help you understand why
people steal

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Helps you understand the damage done by stealing

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Helps you learn steps you can take to avoid the
temptation to steal

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Provides way to avoid future trouble

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN LEVEL II COURSE

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Provides all the information listed in the Level I course with the addition of course content assisting in improvements in decision making

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Focuses on how we face the challenges we all have in our lives and the choices we might make when dealing with them

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Presents several sections each representing an important activity when facing challenges, choices and changes including learning, being, living, knowing, choosing, and doing

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Provides strategies for altering negative behaviors

 

Author

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Dr. Amy Smith

Courses

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A Professor at San Francisco State University in the psychology department. She holds a law degree from the University of Michigan Law School, a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of California at Santa Cruz, and a bachelor’s degree in Classics and Psychology from Grinnell College. Her research explores issues relating to capital punishment, the impacts of incarceration, legal decision-making, and the intersections of psychology and law generally.

 

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"I am really pleased with your company. I think you do great work and I have openly said so to other prosecutors in the State and suggested that they utilize your services."

Eric M. Hoffman
Prosecuting Attorney - Delaware County, IN

Level I Syllabus

What you will learn from this course

1. What is Theft?

2. Crimes Sometimes Confused with Theft

3. Levels & Consequences of Theft

4. Shoplifting

5. What Causes Shoplifting?

6. Shoplifting Myths versus Facts

7. Impacts & Possible Consequences of Shoplifting

8. Preventing Theft & Shoplifting

9. Changing Your Behavior

10. Final Review
 
 

Level II Syllabus

What you will learn from this course

1. Learning (Learning Styles | Punishment and Deterrence)

2. Being (Positive Outlook | Self Worth)

3. Living (Food Choices | Physical Activity | Sleep | Stress)

4. Knowing (Communication | Conflict | Challenges)

5. Choosing (Decision-Making | Behavior | Values & Goals)

6. Doing (Final Review | Next Steps)

7. What is Theft?

8. Crimes Sometimes Confused with Theft

9. Levels & Consequences of Theft

10. Shoplifting

11. What Causes Shoplifting?

12. Shoplifting Myths versus Facts

13. Impacts & Possible Consequences of Shoplifting

14. Preventing Theft & Shoplifting

15. Changing Your Behavior

16. Final Review
 

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