About the Online Prostitution Prevention Class

You have likely found this john education program because you have been asked to complete a Prostitution Prevention Class, or John School, by a judge, court, parole officer, probation officer, or a state, county, or city official. This first offender prostitution program is often required as part of a prostitution intervention or diversion program.

The Prostitution Prevention Class may also be known by one of the following names:

Time Requirement

The Prostitution Prevention Class is offered in minimum time requirements of four (4), eight (8), twelve (12), or sixteen (16) hours. A timer is provided to help you keep track of time spent within the course. You may start and stop the Prostitution Prevention Class as often as you'd like and your progress will be saved each time. The entire Prostitution Prevention Class can be completed online and does not require you to call a staff member or visit an office to complete the program.

Course Topics

The Prostitution Prevention Class is presented in ten (10) separate sections which address the following topics:

  1. Introduction
  2. Prostitution
  3. Legal status
  4. Health risks
  5. Financial consequences
  6. Effect on prostitutes
  7. Procuring (pimps/traffickers)
  8. Associated community problems
  9. Sexual addiction
  10. Resources and references

Certificate of Completion

At course completion a certificate of completion will be instantly available for download and will be sent to you by email. The certificate can also be sent by email to the party that has required that you complete this Prostitution Prevention Class.

We guarantee that the certificate of completion will be accepted. If, for any reason, the certificate is not accepted, we will provide a full refund.

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