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Offender Solutions® is a professional online education service for juveniles and adults. Our online classes are accepted by courts, schools and employers nationwide - Guaranteed!

Is a school, court or probation officer requiring you to take a class? We offer a variety of 100% online classes. Yes, our classes are accepted across the nation and, that's right -nothing to download and your free Certificate of Completion is immediately available upon completion!

Don't want to sit in a group of other people and be forced to "make confessions"? Take your class online - on your timelines. Our classes are designed to be easy, informative, self paced, convenient and, of great importance - affordable. 100% online, no lectures and no judgments.

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Selected Shoplifting/Theft Related Books Links to Shoplifting/Theft related Books

Identity Theft Related Links Identity Theft

Identity Theft Related Links Other Partner or General Links





Identity Theft Links


Identity Theft This site is maintained by the Federal Trade Commission. Please continue to visit this site often and share the information with your family, friends and colleagues. More information will be added to the site regularly, including government reports and Congressional testimony, law enforcement updates, and links to other sites with helpful information about identity theft.


Identity Theft Prevention and Survival. Identity-Theft is the fastest growing crime in America, affecting approximately 500,000 new victims each year!Get help with the Identity-Theft Survival Kit If you have been victimized by identity fraud, take steps right now to keep it from getting worse! If you are not a victim learn how to protect your identity, credit and good name


Federal Trade Commission Information on deterring, detecting and defending identity theft


Federal Law The Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act of 1998 theft


Recovering from Identity Theft




A Guide to Avoiding Identity Theft



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Identity Theft

Identity theft has rapidly become serious business and a major public concern . The effects of identity theft can be devastating. One thing we know: The number one way to protect yourself from identity theft is to protect your social security number. Below are the best links we could find on identity theft.

Guarding Against Credit Card Fraud


  • Sign new credit cards as soon as they arrive at your home. Keep a photocopy of your credit cards - front and rear. This method preserves for you the card number, expiration dates, and the phone number and address of each company. When possible try to watch your card during the transaction, and get it back as quickly as possible. Write "Void" incorrect receipts. Destroy the actual black carbon between the merchant copy and your copy. Save receipts to compare with your billing statements. Reconcile credit card accounts monthly, just like you do with your checking account.

    Promptly report, by phone and in writing, any questionable charges to the card issuer.

  • Notify credit card companies of any change in address.


  • Don't leave credit cards or receipts lying around.

    Don't sign a blank receipt.

  • Don't give your credit card account number over the phone unless you're making the call to a company you know is reputable.

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Other Partner or General Links


 Employee and Employment Background Checks, Police Records Criminal background checks, credit reports, tenant and employee screening as well as DMV, police, and court records. A web page dedicated to referring to the best services and resources for theft offenders. A web page dedicated to referring to the best services and resources for theft offenders. A massive bibliography about stealing, theft, shoplifting, kleptomania. Books, magazines, news articles.



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Anger Links


  Anger management: 10 tips to tame your temper

Keeping your temper in check can be challenging. Use simple anger management tips — from taking a timeout to using "I" statements — to stay in control.

  Men and Anger Management



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MIP-Alcohol Links

Centers for Sisease Control and Prevention:

College Drinking - Changing the Culture:

Students Against Drunk Drivers:

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers:

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism:

National Highway Traffice Safety Administration:

National Institutes of Health:

Office of National Drug Control Policy:

Stop Alcohol Abuse:

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration:

The Cool Spot:



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Curfew Links


Juvenile Justice Reform Initiatives in the States : "Curfew"

Youth curfews popular with American cities but effectiveness and legality are questioned

Facts About Teenagers Curfews

Many people support imposing a curfew for teenagers, believing that this will create a reduction in juvenile crime and victimization. Others feel that it is a violation of teenagers' civil rights to impose a curfew.


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Smoking / Tobacco Links


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Bullying Links


Your Complete Guide to Understanding Bullying in the Modern Age

Facts about Bullying

Bullying Statistics

National Bullying Prevention Center

Stop Bullying Now Foundation


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Last updated: June 18, 2023

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