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Bridging Policy, Practice & Research Nationwide Since 2007.
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Court Ordered Programs Inc.

Probation / Parole and Court Official Supervisory Tools. All Officers, Court Officials, DCFS Social Workers, Pretrial Reps, Judges and other Court Officials may obtain a Supervisory or "Officer" Account to monitor progress on those registrants that have been assigned to them from enrollment to completion of the program.

PROVIDED IN EVERY STATE. We are a Brick & Mortar Program Provider. Certified and Accredited Program with Live, In-Person Classroom Style, Video Group Sessions. We are currently in our 18th year with now over 14,500 probationers/parolees in our database, 12,100 of which who have successfully completed and satisfied their court orders through our program. The managing staff at Court Ordered Programs have developed exceptional and technologically advanced programs and “Advanced Learning Systems - Live WebCasted Classroom Groups” that they have implemented in their school side campus CourtOrderedClasses. This is not the make believe on-line program that others offer on CD’s and word documents. These “live webcasted group meetings” adhere to and surpass all State standards and laws regarding Domestic Violence, Batterers Intervention, Anger Management, Child Endangerment / Abuse, Parenting, Drug & Alcohol Programs and Court Ordered Classes has since been put to use by many Children's, Family, Drug and Criminal Courts throughout the Nation.

Preview the hundreds of courthouses, family services and probation/parole departments utilizing us as a certified and approved program provider. Approved Program Provider Lists.

All of our other provided programs from DV/BIP to DEJ and Anger Management or Criminal Behavior Modification, Shoplifting, High Conflict Parenting, Divorce, and our new Juvenile Court Programs (Juvenile Behavior / Juvenile Anger / Juvenile Betterment) follow the same standards and video group participation requirements with material from this decade. We encourage you to take a closer look and explore our many programs and initiatives as a resource to you in your intervention and prevention efforts.


Bridging Policy, Practice & Research Nationwide



To establish the goals and objectives by which the Court Ordered Programs pursues its day to day operation‚ Court Ordered Programs implements the following policy of goals and objectives: 

To provide a safe, confidential, therapeutic and professional environment where clients can receive services which meets their needs. To consistently implement all appropriate Federal and State standards that apply. To provide group from appropriately licensed/certified staff. To utilize a clinical team of State licensed, certified professionals to evaluate and establish an individualized treatment plan for each client. To provide the highest quality treatment possible. To consistently apply performance improvement and outcome measures to ensure quality treatment is monitored and maintained. To assist clients in attaining healthy and productive lives free of the negative influences and consequences. To have clients improve their functioning level in their communities and with their families, and, to have clients will develop appropriate  tools, support systems and continue interaction with these systems post discharge.


Court Ordered Programs will provide courses in Domestic Violence, Anger Management, Parenting, Divorce, Battery, Deferred Entry of Judgment, Theft Prevention, Child Abuse, Child Endangerment, Cognitive Thinking, Intimate Partner Violence, Family Violence and Criminal Behavior Modification. The efficacy of the treatment program will be established by measuring the progress of each client. The director will adhere to policy and procedure.The Program objective questionnaire will measure the outcome of Short-term objectives and Long Term Goals for clients. 

Our goals are to have at least 75% of clients achieve at least 80% of their objectives during the first phase of treatment. We will perform follow-up calls or email at intervals of three months, six months, and one year to check the status of their progress. We will try to have at least 60% of client response when contacted. At six months post treatment 60% of patients will score their functioning level in their community at least 20% higher on a 1-20 scale than they did at program admission, patient’s discharge GAF score will show improvement at discharge as compared to admit GAF.


The efficacy of the treatment program will be established by measuring as much about of each client as possible especially the overall progress. The effectiveness of the program will be measured by implementing the Program Evaluation Plan. It will establish the effectiveness of the program for those who are currently enrolled in our courses.

The clinical staff will perform a weekly staffing meeting that will evaluate the progress of each client. The staff will evaluate each participant’s progress and staff’s adherence to policy and procedure. A Treatment Objective Checklist will be completed for each participant during the initial interview. The Director will be checking for a progress plan to be present for each presenting problem (objective and measurable). The director will ensure that a progress note is present and that it addresses treatment goals. The effectiveness of the plan is documented. The progress plan will be updated every 90 days. The Director will check the current status of participant and their response coincides with the plan and is documented. An update is done after the first phase of treatment. The number of sessions/groups attended is documented. The nature of the patient’s participation in group is documented daily. The admission & discharge criteria are documented.

The effectiveness of the treatment program will be measured by assessing the full amount of data collected throughout the patients participation in the program.  It will establish the effectiveness of the program for those who are currently enrolled in our courses and provide a better treatment plan and objective for the future.

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Private Supervisory Service

“My probation experience is helping me to stay out of trouble.” Studying the factors that influence the outcomes of parolees and probationers is of critical importance: If rates of recidivism can be reduced among community corrections clients, the benefits are great, both in terms of public safety and the costs of incarceration and supervision.


Management Tools to Streamline Caseloads

Providing courthouses, universities, public and private probation and parole agencies with custom caseload management software to track progress of programs on their cases since 2010. With up-to-date reports, contact tools and case history notes the Supervisory Account holder can immediately verify status of caseloads. 


Secure Access to Case Documents

Automate your Caseload Progress and Access Case Documents , Program Provider and Facilitator Notes on each individual case mobily from anywhere (even the courthouse) securely with our Software sucred with a Superior Data Encryption Algorithm.


State & National Cost Effectiveness

rates of recidivism can be reduced among community corrections clients, the benefits are great, both in terms of public safety and the costs of incarceration and supervision.


Electronic Notification of Violations

NEW Item in our Supersiory Account area. On Spot Reporting of Progress ..... plus more info on Chief Officer Setups, Referrals ..... plus more info coming soon.


Brick & Mortar Locations Nationwide

In-Person Program Provider with multiple Brick & Mortar locations Nationwide. A Well-intentioned pursuit of effectiveness through the design and delivery of effective programs facilitated via Live Video Web-Casted Classroom Groups

Our Executive Team

Endorsed by hundreds of Judges, Family/Children’s Court Referees, social workers, probation / parole officers, and case mangers.

Executive Case Manager for Court Ordered Classes

Inessa Nazaryan

Executive Case Manager

Provides executive supervision for all operations and caseloads of Court Ordered Programs office with emphasis on the oversight of written and/or oral reports prepared for judicial officers.

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Program Director Court Ordered Programs

O. Nardos

National Program Director

Program Director applies his expertise and knowledge to assure that all the Programs provided by COP-i is in compliance with all applicable program accreditation and approval standards.

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Edward Abasta Chief Supervising Faciliator

Edward Abasta

Clinical Director

Clinical Director & Chief Group Facilitation Specialist responsible for the implementation of the treatment modality & facilitations of Video group classes for Court Ordered Classes.

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Sona Nardos Court Liaison Administrator at Court Ordered Programs

Sona Nardos

Court Liaison Administrator

Maintains liaison with the Executive Case Manager, Student, Probation / Parole Officer & the Clerk of the Court regarding Programs Provided or other pretrial services issues.

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Emma Vardanyan Victims Advocate at Court Ordered Programs

Emma Vardanyan

Chief Victims Advocate

Identifies which defendants (students) do not demonstrate proficiency on state standards by continuously assessing and monitoring students groups and written sessions.

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Angela Gonzales Credentialing Coordinator Facilitator Assessor Court Ordered Programs, Inc.

Angela Gonzales

Facilitator / Coordinator

The Credentialing Coordinator is responsible for the timely gathering, reviewing and compiling of provider application information to be submitted to the appropriate credentialing service.

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Caryn Gregory Court Ordered Programs Administrative Clerk and Lead Student Liaison

Caryn Gregory

Administrative Clerk

Under supervision of the Clinical Director and Court Administrator, maintains liaison with the Student in regards to program participation requirements. Manages Interns.

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David Melendrez Juvenile Coordinator and Group Facilitator at Court Ordered Programs

David Melendrez

DEJ & Juvenile Coordinator

The DEJ Coordinator is responsible for applying their expertise and knowledge to assure that all the Drug Alcohol Diversion Programs provided by COP-i & COC are in compliance.

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Programs, Curriculums & Our Approved Provider Documents

Adult, Juvenile and Self-Help Programs


Hundreds of student and officer reviews nationwide via multiple medias.

Court Ordered Programs Reviews


Solano County, California

The high-conflict parenting course was very helpful. I was in that situation and this course allowed me to see things from another perspective and take everyone’s feelings into consideration. This allowed me and my ex to come up with a logical and non conflict parenting plan that not only worked for us but for the child. We were not able to achieve this without these classes. The classes are ready for you to take on your own time and someone is also available for you if you need help. I highly recommend this class.

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Morris County New Jersey Prosecutor

Endorsements to Court Ordered Programs and Court Ordered Classes for Domestic Violence Programs, Deferred Entry of Judgment Programs, Program Development, Curriculum Development, Criminal Law, Courts, Group Therapy and Conflict Resolution.

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Major New Jersey Department of Corrections

Endorsements to Court Ordered Programs and Court Ordered Classes for Anger Management Programs, Domestic Violence Programs, Batterers Intervention Programs, Parenting Programs, Deferred Entry of Judgment Programs, Program Development, Curriculum Design, Curriculum Development, Treatment, Psychology, Interventions, Criminal Behavior Modification, Community Outreach, Criminal Law, Courts, e-Learning, Research, Group Therapy and Conflict Resolution.

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Florida Dept of Juvenile Justice Probation Supervisor

Endorsements to Court Ordered Programs and Court Ordered Classes for Program Development, Research, Treatment, Interventions, Special Education, Criminal Law, Courts, Customer Service, Staff Development, Conflict Resolution and Community Outreach.

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Broward County Florida

The classes were easy to understand and follow along and convenient. The employees were easy to work with. i found them very helpful and highly recommend to everyone who's interested in bettering themselves and their relationships. The live in-person sessions were meaningful as a result of the director's guidance and the candid sharing throughout the group. I believe everyone can benefit from this Course as it has instructed that no one is perfect and there is always a better, more knowledgeable self that can be attained with some instruction, enlightenment, and active participation and engagement.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here is the answer's , what people frequently ask us

How do we know that it is the correct person completing the Court Ordered Program?

Our live web-casted video group classroom means that no program participant can fake through their court order. All records are kept in the clients charts from intake, to assessments and counseling and even video group participations’ for future review and evaluation of clients goal objectives.

All of our other programs from Domestic Violence, to BIP and Drug / Alcohol Awareness to Diversion (DEJ), Parenting, Anger Management or Criminal Behavior Modification follow the same standards and video group participation requirements.

What are the benefits of our department using COPi instead of the traditional method we are using now?

Like so many other court approved programs across the United States there has always been a percentage of clients that never fulfill the conditions of their court order. Many move away and have other responsibilities they place above the conditions of their probation - many just never show up. For us, even as one of the most successful agencies in the country and located in a population area of over 10 Million People, number of non-compliance students still averaged approximately 34% each year in our county alone.
In many counties this 34% average (as high as 65%+ in some counties) is a revolving door of defendants who are constantly in and out of the system, while others are truck drivers, pilots, oil-rig workers, or some other line of work that takes them away from home making it difficult to attend a set schedule of classes. Many others live in a remote area where services are not available, are handicapped, or speak a language your current providers don’t offer services for.
This was unacceptable to us and was why we developed the program we are introducing you to. This is our driving force and we have dedicated ourselves to change not only the way we work with our own program participants, but to also help re-vitalize and change the way the Court, Probation/Parole, and how every other agency works with their own version of the 34 percent across the nation as well.
Today we have the technology to provide services like never before. What is even more amazing is that we also live at a time in history when wonderful discoveries have been made about the Mind and how we create our sense of Reality. The results we are achieving prove this. This allows a level of service; options and answers that you may have never known existed until now. 
Our primary function is to assist your department in addressing the 34%, and in doing so provide you with additional options relating to classes, supervision, and language as we provide many language options. This allows the client to move, travel, have a job, or address any other problem which may have previously caused client to be unsuccessful in fulfilling their court requirement.
The clients you refer to us now have access to the same quality of classes and continuity in the level of counseling and supervision that they require regardless of how they take the class. Today there is no difference between an In-house class, or our Advanced Learning System Live Web Classes.
There is a New Psychology and by immersing it in the technological advances of today the bar has been set so high the results being achieved are now so very groundbreaking.

What is a "Live Web-Casted Video Group" Meeting, is it like a classroom where the students can participate?

YES Exactly. Groups are a maximum of 14 Participants per facilitator. The Facilitator(s) and the Participants who have reserved the seat for the particular Group can visually see one another, participate in the subject matter, contribute on the topic with their peers, share personal stories. The facilitator notes alertness, attentiveness, comprehension and participation levels and any other important information and adds them to the clients chart for ongoing review.

Court Ordered Classes was developed in 2007 to assist those who were physically unable to make it to their local classrooms to be able to get the services and intervention that they needed. These persons may have been handicapped, mentally ill, incarcerated, or they may have been hundreds of miles from any intervention program provider, and, in some cases, public figures, professional athletes or other celebrities that may have otherwise disrupted the classroom by merely their presence. Now Their technologically advanced “live group meeting” software allows course instructors to have classroom style group sessions with participants from all over the nation (students from Los Angeles, New York, Alaska, Hawaii and so on) to teach and collect in-debt information, while bringing a multitude of diverse cultures, backgrounds, beliefs, lifestyles and other differences, together for one common cause in one class. This “live group meeting” adheres to and surpasses all State standards and laws regarding Domestic Violence and Batterers Intervention Programs and has since been put to use by many of the Children's, Family, Drug and Criminal Courts throughout the whole Nation.

It is because of such innovations that Court Ordered Programs Inc. and their distance-learning programs, DBA Court Ordered Classes, have received dozens of endorsements from Judges and Family/Children’s Court Referees and hundreds of endorsements from social workers, probation and parole officers, district attorneys, case mangers, lawyers and public defenders.

What do the participants learn and what is expected of them for the BIP or Domestic Violence Programs that COPi Provides?

These courses will help the participant learn to be responsible for abusive behavior, fundamentals of controlling negative emotions and feelings, learning strategies and recognizing repetitive, antisocial behavioral patterns. Participants are expected to accept responsibility for abusive behavior, participate in each session, be responsible for safety planning for the prevention of violence and be non-violent in relationships by utilizing the tools learned in our programs in order to maintain healthy relationships.
We do this with individuals through counseling and education, through anger management classes, through drug and alcohol abuse classes, but also by working closely with partner organizations throughout each and every community throughout the State and across the United States of America.

As a Chief Officer I would like supervision over all of my Departments cases that require Court Program Completions to satify the case, is that possible?

YES of Course. After your department has been reviewed and clearance has been obtained for your Probation Officers to begin using Court Ordered Programs Inc.'s Supervisory Accounts for their caseload management. You will be assigned as "Chief Officer" which will allow access to all your officers probationeers on your account for progress review.

How can we refer or assign students (defendants, probationers, parolees, or respondents) to Court Ordered Programs Court Ordered Classes?

Here is our Officer Referral Form. Since 2013 Court Ordered Programs Inc. has been assisting All Probation Officers, Parole Officers, DCFS Social Workers, Pretrial Reps, Judges and other Court Officials with a Supervisory or "Officer" Account to monitor those registrants that have been assigned to them from enrollment to completion of the program.

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Multiple Brick & Mortar locations Nationwide. Headquarters Below.

Corporate Office and Western US

Court Ordered Programs
25350 Magic Mountain Pkwy Suite 300
Valencia Ca. 91355

Southern United States Headquarters

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302 East Glaydas, Suite A
Hooker, Oklahoma 73945

Midwestern United States Headquarters

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504 N. Kansas Ave Suite B
Liberal, Kansas 67901