How are the NASP Programs Funded?
The NASP programs are designed as “offender paid” programs. Having offenders pay for their own education is an important part of the rehabilitation process. It helps shoplifting offenders to take responsibility for their own actions and enhances the value they place on the program.
No Shoplifting Offender Will Ever Be Denied
The Benefits Of a NASP Program Simply
Because He/She Cannot Afford The Tuition Fee.
If Administered by NASP
- For indigent offenders and their families, NASP provides payment plans and/or reduced tuition fees to assist offenders in successfully completing their program requirements.
If Administered by the Court / Agency
- With each order of 25 Online Programs or 1 box of 25 home-study kits, NASP provides one additional program, free of charge, to be used for an indigent offender.
- NASP recommends that the court/agency determine the tuition fee on a sliding scale, but that all offenders be required to pay something.