The Domestic Violence Prevention Program was established in 1995. The program consists of five, 1.5-hour sessions taught by a counselor. Its purpose is to teach offenders alternative methods of dealing with disputes rather that resorting to violence. The class also provides education on the effects and impact of assaultive behavior.
The Domestic Violence Prevention Program is currently held quarterly, via Zoom. The program takes place on 5 consecutive Wednesday nights, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The fee for the program is $150 and you may register/enroll by doing the following:
Pay the $150 fee for the class HERE. Be sure to put "6008" for the PLC and "DVPP" for your case number.
Email the court with your Name, Phone Number, and case number. Please also indicate the date of your payment. If you do not have access to email, please contact the Court at 586-445-5280. You may also pay at the courthouse.
After completion of the steps above, the court will email you with a date to begin classes.