Victim Impact Panel Zoom Course

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Course Overview

This 2-hour victim impact panel plays a crucial role in giving victims a voice, raising awareness about the impact of crime, promoting accountability, and fostering the principles of restorative justice. The class provides an understanding of what driving while intoxicated means and the impact intoxicated driving has on victims.

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Zoom course instructions

This is a live Zoom course. Zoom courses are held on Saturday, for two hours in length. You can not make up days. Test your Zoom connection prior to purchasing by clicking here.

Certification Included

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A completion certificate will be emailed within 5-10 days upon completion of course. You may pay a rush charge of $25 to get your certificate with 24 hours. This Texas Texas victim impact panel online is acceptable for any court-ordered victim impact class in Texas. Our courses are approved throughout the Texas court system. License #653. Expiration September 14, 2024.

Program Features:

Zoom course: 2 hour session

Online DWI class must be completed within 30 days of enrollment

Choose from available dates below for this online 2-hour victim impact class

You cannot drive while taking this course.

Certificate: Emailed within 5-10 business days on completion of course & form

100% Online access through a Zoom link. You must have your camera on.

Final evaluation score of at least 70% required

You must attend all days. No makeup days. If you miss a day, you'll have start over.

CLASS SCHEDULE

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Unfortunately, we are not currently offering VIP at this time. Email to info@texascourclasses.com if you're interested on taking this course

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Why take a victim impact panel online?

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Empowering victims

Victim impact panels provide an opportunity for victims of crime to share their experiences and the emotional, physical, and financial impact of the crime on their lives. By giving victims a platform to express themselves, they regain a sense of power and control over their own narratives.

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Raising Awareness

A victim impact class raises awareness among offenders and the community about the real-life consequences of criminal behavior. Hearing directly from victims about the harm they have suffered can have a powerful impact on offenders, promoting empathy and potentially deterring future criminal behavior.

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Promoting Accountability

By attending a victim impact panel online, offenders come face-to-face with the individuals they have harmed and bear witness to the pain and suffering caused by their actions. This experience can help foster a sense of accountability and responsibility for their behavior.

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Restorative Justice

Victim impact panels are often a component of restorative justice programs, which seek to repair the harm caused by crime by involving all stakeholders—victims, offenders, and the community—in the justice process. Victim impact panels provide a platform for victims to participate in the restorative justice process, allowing them to have a voice and contribute to the resolution and healing process.

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This Victim Impact Panel will teach:

How to take responsibility for your actions

Empathy and understanding

Support and resources for victims

What driving while intoxicated means

What our customers say

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Additional Victim Impact Panel Information

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70% Passing score

To complete this course you must pass the final evaluation with at least a 70% score.


No refunds

Frequently Asked Questions

There will only be a refund if Texas Court Classes cancels your class. If the student fails to be present for all days of the course, the student will be disenrolled and will have to enroll themselves again through texascourtclasses.com.

Yes, you can reschedule your selected class only if your class HAS NOT already started.

Yes, you can take these courses from any county in the state of Texas!

The DOEP course is 15 hours for 5 consecutive days.

The DWIE course is 12 hours for 3 consecutive days.

The DWII course is 32 hours for 5 weeks.

Online course certificates are available IMMEDIATELY after successful completion of the course.

Texas Court Classes will email you & DPS (if needed) your certificate within 5 business of completion for Zoom courses, including DOEP, DWIE, and DWII.

Depending on how late you are to class, you may be locked out of your Zoom course and required to start the course from scratch. You will then have to pay for the entire course again.

Because Texas Court Classes is licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulations, you cannot miss any sessions. You will have to pay to take the class again from the beginning.

Yes, however for the final examination (on the last class) you will need a secondary device. You have to be visibly present while taking the exam.

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Texas Court Classes is committed to quality instruction to individuals who need to satisfy court, educational and employment requirements, to help people move forward with their lives.