COURT-APPROVED CLASSES IN TARRANT COUNTY

Learn Where to Take Court-Approved Classes for Criminal Cases in Fort Worth & Tarrant County | TIPS, ACC, BIPP, TXDOEP, etc.

During the course of a criminal case in Tarrant County, you may be asked to complete a class. Sometimes these classes are ordered by the court as part of probation and sometimes the prosecutor will request that you complete them up front as part of a plea agreement or to obtain a dismissal.  If you have been asked or ordered to attend one or more of the following classes, click on the links for that class to see a list a various organizations in your area that offer the court-approved class.

Theft Intervention Program (TIPS) in Tarrant County

If you have a pending Theft case in Fort Worth, you could be required or requested to take the TIPS Class. TIPS stands for Theft Intervention Program. The TIPS class can range one 1 day to several weeks depending upon the program requirements. Click on our TIPS link to learn more.

Texas Drug Offender Education Program (TXDOEP) in Tarrant County

If you have a pending Drug Crimes case in Fort Worth, you could be required or requested to take the TXDOEP Class. TXDOEP stands for Texas Drug Offender Education Program. The TXDOEP class is 15 hours long over a 5-day period. Click on our TXDOEP link to learn more.

DWI Education Course in Tarrant County

If you have a pending DWI case in Fort Worth, you could be required or requested to take the DWI Education Program Class. DWI Ed is a required class for any DWI probation in Texas. The DWI Education Program class is 12 hours in length and can be divided into multiple sessions depending on the facility. Click on our DWI Education Program link to learn more.

Ignition Interlock Device in Tarrant County

If you have a pending DWI case in Fort Worth, you could be required or requested to obtain an Ignition Interlock device on your vehicle. If you do not have a vehicle, the court could require that you obtain a portable breath test device. Tarrant County uses preferred providers for breath testing devices.. Click on our Ignition Interlock link to learn more.

Anger Management Program (AMP) in Tarrant County

If you have a pending Assault or Domestic Violence case in Fort Worth, you could be required or requested to take the Anger Management Class or Anger Control Counseling (ACC). The AMP or ACC classes can range a few sessions to several weeks depending upon the program requirements. Click on our AMP/ACC link to learn more.

Batterer’s Intervention & Prevention Program (BIPP) in Tarrant County

If you have a pending Domestic Violence or Family Assault case in Fort Worth, you could be required or requested to take the BIPP Class. BIPP stands for Batterer’s Intervention and Prevention Program. The BIPP class is typically comprised of 16 sessions over several weeks. Click on our BIPP link to learn more.

Substance Abuse Evaluation (SAE) in Tarrant County

If you have a pending Drug Crimes or Substance Abuse case in Fort Worth, you could be required or requested to submit to a Substance Abuse Evaluation. Depending on the results of the substance abuse evaluation, you may be required to attend inpatient or outpatient treatment programs or other education courses designed to address substance abuse concerns. Click on our SAE link to learn more.

Drug Testing (Urinalysis and Hair Follicle Test) in Tarrant County

FORT WORTH

Primary Location
209 W. 8th St
Fort Worth, TX 76102
817.993.9249

KELLER

*By Appointment Only
204 S. Main St #195
Keller, Texas 76248
817.482.6770

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