All Officers, Court Officials, DCFS Social Workers, Pretrial Reps, Judges and other Court Officials in the State of Connecticut may obtain a Supervisory or "Officer" Account to monitor those registrants that have been assigned to them from enrollment to completion of the program.
Connecticut Programs Provided - Additional Web-Casted Group Services
We are a Brick & Mortar Program Provider. A Certified and Accredited Program with Live, In-Person Classroom Style, Video Group Sessions. We are currently in our 15th year with now over 10,750 probationers/parolees in our database, 9100 of which who have successfully completed and satisfied their court orders through our program. The managing staff at Court Ordered Programs has developed exceptional and technologically advanced programs and “Advanced Learning System - Live WebCasted Classroom Groups” that they have implemented in their school side campus CourtOrderedClasses. This is not the make believe on-line program that others offer on CD’s and word documents. These “live webcasted group meetings” adhere to and surpass all State standards and laws regarding Domestic Violence, Batterers Intervention, Anger Management, Child Endagerment / Abuse, Parenting, Drug & Alcohol Programs and Court Ordered Classes has since been put to use by many Children's, Family, Drug and Criminal Courts throughout the Nation.
Prevention Mission - State of Connecticut
Domestic Violence Prevention Mission 11 July, 2007
We work to stop domestic violence. We do this one man at a time, one woman at a time, and one child at a time, using our proven counseling and educational programs. To stop domestic violence, we also work to prevent it. We do this with individuals through counseling and education, through anger management classes, through drug and alcohol abuse classes, but also by working closely with partner organizations throughout each and every community throughout the United States. Court Ordered Program’s partnerships with community and policy leaders, with higher education, with the law enforcement and court systems, and with human service organizations, have helped strengthen each community’s response to domestic violence on a daily basis.