The court may assign the completion of a course or class as part of deferred adjudication to keep a citation from being reported as a conviction on one’s driving record. Listed below are organizations to which the court may refer a defendant:
The Alive at 25 Driving Education course is a 4 ½ hour driver’s awareness course designed by the National Safety Council for young drivers ages 15-24. This class includes defensive driving classroom curriculum to gain awareness and develop strategies to keep safe on the road. For more information see the National Safety Council website and select Road Safety.
The National Association for Shoplifting Prevention is a non-profit organization whose mission is to raise public awareness about the harmful effects of shoplifting on youth, families, and communities. The NASP programs report a court-documented recidivism rate of less than 3% nationally. For more information see the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention website and scroll to Programs for Criminal & Juvenile Justice.
The Drug and Alcohol Driving Awareness Program (DADAP) is a Texas state-approved online Drug and Alcohol Driving Awareness Program. You can locate class information and pricing on the main page of their website. Classes are available in Spanish.