Court Ordered Domestic Violence Classes
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I sign up to take my free court classes?
Your free court classes are designed
to be taken completely over the internet. You don't need an appointment or have to visit an office. Simply click on one of the links to view and choose the free court classes that you need, or call us, as a friendly volunteer is standing by to assist you. We are all human beings, and need some assistance when things get tough. To begin, please click one of the blue buttons and select what you need from the list of online batterers intervention programs
, and let's fit this into your schedule.
- 2. Are there any reviews or paperwork needed?
- 3. How long are the free batterers intervention programs?
The court will provide you with the length of the course you are required to take, and how you are to take it. You do not need to complete the course in one sitting. Once registered, you may start and stop the course at your convenience. You know your schedule best. Depending on the free bipp classes that you enroll into, you will either have access to the complete set of lessons all at once, or you will receive one lesson per week until completed. The judge or probation department may allow you to expedite your online bipp classes, however that is determined by them, not us.
4. When will I receive my certificate of completion report?
Your completion paperwork is typically sent to you within 24 hours of completing your course, and is always emailed to you as an attachment, as emailing your completion paperwork is the safest way to get it to you, because physical copies are no longer mailed out. This also allows you to always have a permanent copy for your records. We are simply here to help you.
5. How do you know where to send my certificate of completion report?
During registration we will ask for your email address so that we can forward you your free batterers intervention programs access information and enrollment verification letter, and we will use this same email address to forward your completion paperwork to you. Also, if you wish, we can send your program completion paperwork to a different email address, just email us giving us permission to do so. Simply provide the name and email address of the person you wish for us to email it to. There's never any extra fees for this. Matter of fact, there are no hidden or extra fees at all!
- 6. What is on the certificate of completion report?
Your certificate of completion is a specific type of letter and report that the judge and your attorney requires informing them of what type of course that you successfully completed. It is the same paperwork that all courts require to verify that your online batterers intervention programs requirement was fulfilled. Also, the courts can use many different terms for the same course, depending on what part of the country you live in. Some of the terms are: BIP, Batterers Intervention Programs, BIPP, Batterers Intervention Prevention Programs, TX, VIPP, Violence Intervention Prevention Programs, Batterers Course, Batterers DV Classes, FVIP, Family Violence Prevention Programs. They are all the same course, but some states call them by different names. For well over a decade, we've helped tens of thousands of people from all walks of life meet their court requirements.
7. Are your free batterers intervention programs guaranteed to be accepted?
Yes. While many participants take our free bipp classes, utilizing them for many different reasons, most will take these courses to fulfill an occupational or legal requiremen
t. We are very confident in the quality and acceptance of our courses. If for any reason our certificate is not accepted to meet a legal requirement, upon receipt of verifiable written proof from the judge that made the decline, we will refund your money in full. Over the years there have been many judges, probation, and parole departments that have recommended our free batterers intervention programs. We're a non-profit, and have served hundreds of communities nationwide for well over 14 years, with 95% of our staff being trained experienced volunteers, who are committed to your success.
8. Will I receive proof of enrollment in the free batterers intervention programs?
Yes. Proof of enrollment will be emailed to you at no additional charge upon successful enrollment. All of our courses are available 24/7, allowing you to take your free court classes without having to neglect other responsibilities, or take time off from work or school. Many courts now recommend our free court classes when a special need arises, such as a conflict in your work schedule, or due to a medical difficulty, because our home study court classes offer students better options that other programs cannot.
9. What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. This includes debit cards, credit cards, and pre-paid cards.
10. Can I start and stop my free court classes?
This is actually up to the court to decide. However, many people travel, go on vacation, or have a medical or personal situation they need to deal with. Should this occur, please contact your attorney or the judge and we'll pause your classes, and when ready, you can start again. There is no extra cost for this.
11. Is my information made public in any way?
No. We do not share your information with anyone without your approved permission. You always have the option to forward your enrollment letter, progress reports, and certificate of completion report to a third-party that you specify, but this is optional, and the choice is entirely yours. In addition, we are committed to protecting your privacy. Our site uses special encryption to protect your personal information, as we fully understand what it takes to keep you and your information safe.
12. Is there any specific device or experience needed?
No. If you can login and send an email, then you can access and successfully complete the course. Also, because age and level of online experience can vary from one student to another, all of our free batterers intervention programs are designed for even the most inexperienced person to be able to complete their course requirement. In addition, all of your lessons can be taken on any device that has access to the internet: (Desktop Computers, Laptops, Tablets, Smart Phones). You can even start on one device and continue on another! However, should you need assistance, just ask!
13. Why are your class fees so low compared to other locations?
As a non-profit, we have been able to secure very special funding that significantly lowers the cost that you pay for your bipp classes. This is also why there are never any hidden fees, and why so many people count on us to help them put an end to the difficult situation they're dealing with. Simply choose the best option for you, and let's get you started.
14. Why do people take courses over the internet?
Although each person and circumstance are different, many of the reasons are: Student Lives In Remote Area, Employment Schedule Conflict, Special Needs or Handicap, Public Figure or High-Profile Client, There's No Local Provider, Unable To Drive To Physical Location, Needs Low-Cost Alternative, Unable To Secure or Afford Childcare. If you have any questions simply ask your attorney or the judge, as many are switching to our free batterers intervention programs.
15. Are the classes available in Spanish or other languages?
16. I still have a question, what do I do?
Simply enter your information in the form above, or call us at (800) 745-9870, so that we can help you right away. You can also find us on Facebook
, and we will do all we can to assist you. Even though our office hours are M-F from 9 AM to 5 PM, Pacific Time, USA, all of our free court classes are available 24/7, allowing you to take your online bipp classes without having to take time off from work or school. Over 80k people have successfully completed their course requirements with us, and so can you.
17. The course that I need is not listed, what do I do?
As a national provider, we have 26 different courses, which makes it impossible to list all of them on a single web page. Additional courses are being added, as more judges and probation departments now use our free court classes
. Simply enter your information in the form above, or call us, so that we can answer any questions, and enroll you into the exact course that you need.
18. Is this the free court classes that I need?
The court will tell you what free court classes to take, as well as for how long, and then we will enroll you into that specific course. Our free court classes are easy to access
, allowing you to take your online bipp classes without having to take time off from work or school. If you're required to take court classes, click the button below, or contact us right away.