The Alcohol and Drug Offender Course is a fast-paced and relevant course conducted in part by members of the community who serve in a variety of professional capacities. The course, which is designed to meet the court requirements of numerous judicial entities, can be taken in 8, 12, and 15-hour levels. A Victim Impact Panel is included in the 8, 12, and 15-hour classes.
For the safety and health of participants, instructors, and speakers, these classes are being held online as a live webinar.
This weekend seminar class can be taken in the following ways:
Alcohol and Drug Offender Course 8-Hour-(ADSC8): This class includes modules on understanding and perception, first responders and long term caregivers and what they experience, impairment and the law, and legal representation. A Victim Impact Panel presentation is included in this course. The tuition for this course is $200.
Alcohol and Drug Offender Course 12-Hour-(ADSC12): This class meets Missouri (SATOP) and Iowa (OWI) requirements. In addition to the ADSC8 course modules, sections that emphasize recidivism and re-offense issues are included. The tuition for this course is $240. Please note, this is a two-day class.
Alcohol and Drug Offender Course 15-Hour-(ADSC15): In the full 15-hour course students receive all of the ADSC12 modules as well as in-depth driving and decision making modules. This class meets Lancaster County (Nebraska) requirements. The tuition for this course is $295. Please note, this is a two-day class.
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