Finding a court accepted anger management class online
can often be difficult. This is partially due to the fact that these online programs can vary greatly in terms of who is offering them, the quality of the program, and reliability of the provider.
We recommend asking the provider to provide a list of previous students who have taken the class for a court order. Their names can be omitted, but their case numbers are public record. Can the provider provide such a list? This might help substitute the problem of a lack of state regulation of anger management programs in general. Because there really is no such thing as a "state approved anger management class", providing a valid list of previous students with their case information should show a precedent to any judge, probation officer or legal official asking or seeking evidence of an approval of a program.
Another way to ensure that the online course you are taking in anger management is court accepted is simply to contact the court and ask. If you go this route, we recommend printing off our course syllabus and course process information from our website. This will show the court what is covered in our class and what is required to pass our program and receive a certificate of completion.
Those seeking a live in person class who live in southern California, may want to consider our approved anger management classes