Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving is a certified National Safety Council defensive driving course. This course teaches critical thinking related to driving behaviors and attitudes that lead to tickets, accidents and/or arrests.
Classroom: Eight hour class
Class Fees: $150
Impulse Control and Extended Impulse Control classes are educational programs for offenders who commit battery against non-family members. The program teaches offenders to be accountable for their actions and provides participants with positive alternatives to inappropriate and impulsive behavior. Course also offered in Spanish.
Classroom Options - Impulse Control
- Four Impulse Control classes (two hours per class)
- One Accelerated Impulse Control class (eight-hour class)
Classroom Options - Extended Impulse Control
- One intake appointment
- 13 Impulse Control classes (two hours per Class)
- $225 Impulse Control Program - Accelerated class must be paid in full prior to attending class
- $390 Extended Impulse Control Program ($30 per class)
The center diagnoses and recommends to the judge appropriate levels of care for sentencing in cases where there is alcohol or other drug use. The center is certified by the state of Nevada Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency, per NRS 484.379.
Each evaluation takes three to four hours
- In-state evaluations - $100
- Out-of-state evaluations - $250
Call for an appointment within 24 - 48 hours of date the judge ordered you to be evaluated (always leave a message)
The Petit Larceny Program offers educational classes on consequences of theft and holds offenders accountable for their actions. The program provides community resources for special needs and educates offenders about the laws relating to theft. Course also offered in Spanish.
- Four Petit Larceny classes (two hours per class)
- One Petit Larceny accelerated class (eight-hour class)
- $225 program fee – Accelerated class must be paid in full prior to attending class
Prostitution Prevention Class
The Prostitution Prevention Class is a one-day educational course on the legal, social and health ramifications of engaging in prostitution. The goal of the eight hour course is to reduce sexually transmitted diseases, the number of those who re-offend and to sensitize attendees to the victimization associated with prostitution. This quarterly class is held on a Saturday and you can call 702.229.1344 to enroll.
Repeat Offender Class
The class is designed for repeat traffic offenders, reintroducing the experienced driver to defensive driving techniques and new driving techniques that will refine collision-prevention skills.
Classroom: Eight hour class
Class Fees: $100
Available for people who receive a moving violation ticket and have been authorized by the court to attend traffic school. To enroll in a class held at Municipal Court call 702.38COURT to schedule a class, or sign up in person at the first or fourth floors Municipal Court counters at the Regional Justice Center. Classes are available in English or Spanish.