According to Foxnews.com, an office manager in Florida was arrested this week after she threw a surprise birthday party for her boss. The employee apparently was solely responsible for handling billing and payroll for a realty company in Boca Grande for over 10 years. She made the mistake of paying for the surprise party without getting any permission. This created some interest from others in the company and prompted an appraisal of the accounting, which in turn led investigators to find that she embezzled over $181,674 from the company during her tenure. She allegedly used $92,000 to pay off her credit cards and gave herself $65,000 in bonus checks. She now faces felony counts of grand theft and defraud charges.
Her party is over and her future isn’t looking very pretty. She’ll most likely have to spend some time in jail, make financial restitution, perform community service work and take a theft education course for retribution purposes. She could really use some victim impact and empathy training. A Georgia theft class would be a good place to start. The goal of this in-depth and comprehensive program is to get to the root cause of the behavior and to teach the participant skills to change the behavior so he or she can successfully assimilate back into society and not repeat the same mistakes.
The most convenient and affordable way to fulfill this court requirement is to take the program online. After a high profile blunder such as this one, participants find that they are craving privacy and anonymity. Online classes provide clients with the ability to stay in the quiet of his or her own home to learn the material. All that is needed is an Internet connection and the client can enroll and take the class from the family room, the local library, and local coffee shop or wherever it is convenient. No one besides the judge and offender need to know that the course is being taken. After experiencing a lack of income and sometimes transportation, it is often difficult for offenders to get to an in-person classroom across town. An online class enables clients to save the money they would normally have to spend on transportation.
The best aspect of taking an online theft course is that clients can go completely at his or her own pace. A traditional advanced 16-hour theft class in a city building will generally take 4 months of one-hour sessions, once a week. If you are ready to get a cutting edge education but quickly, than a motivated person could theoretically finish a 16-hour course in one weekend.
At the end of the course, the client will receive a Certificate of Completion. This can be downloaded if you need it immediately upon finishing, and it will also be sent via regular mail at no extra charge.
Stealing is a result of poor decision making skills. Use your good judgment and ask your attorney, judge or probation officer if you can take your theft class online today. You will save yourself money and time and learn skills that will change your life for the better.