shoplifting cessation
and impulse control
intervention courses


You can satisfy court-ordered requirements – online from any device – with our intervention course for individuals charged with a shoplifting violation.

To get started: after clicking any of the “START NOW” or “SIGN UP” buttons on this page, choose the specific offense from the drop-down menu on the following page. Then, provide your state and other necessary information.

STOPLifting is an intervention course for shoplifting violations.

frequently asked questions

Whether you’ve been working with us for a long time, or you’re new to 3rd Mil, we’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions:

All courses are web-based and registration is online. You can enroll using any internet connected device, including a smartphone.

The courses are 100% online and self-paced, which allows you to start and stop at any time to accommodate your schedule.

To get started, choose the specific offense from the drop-down menu as you enroll. Then, provide your state and other necessary information.

Common names for this course include:

  • Adult Theft Class
  • Anti-Shoplifting Class
  • Anti-Theft Class
  • Impulse Control
  • Shoplifting Diversion Program
  • Shoplifting Class
  • Shoplifting Awareness Class
  • Shoplifting and Theft Awareness Class
  • Petit Theft Class
  • Petty Theft Class
  • Retail Theft Class
  • Juvenile Theft Class
  • Theft Intervention Class
  • Theft Education Class
  • Theft Prevention Class

If you’re looking for a course with any of the titles listed above, you’ve come to the right place! STOPLifting is the course for you.

You can get assistance by emailing or calling 888-810-7990. Our Help Desk Staff is available 7 days a week from 8am-9pm CST.

To reset course login, there is a “Forgot Password” option on the left side of our website.

After the course is completed, the completion certificate can be submitted by the learner or sent directly to your court or agency staff.
STOPLifting takes about 3 to 4 hours to complete, and learners can log in and out as needed.

When you come across a page written in a language you don’t understand, you can use Chrome to translate the page:

  • On your computer, open Chrome.
  • Go to a webpage written in another language.
  • In the top right corner, click on the three vertical dots
  • In the menu, click “Translate”
  • At the top of the screen in the new menu, click the three vertical dots
  • Click “Choose Another Language…”
  • Select your language and click “Translate”
  • The webpage should now be translated into your desired language

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