AIM Court

AIM Court provides youthful offenders a chance to clear their record once they complete the AIM Curriculum. The program requires participants to accept responsibility for their crimes, repay victims if appropriate, remain drug and alcohol free, and remain either gainfully employed and/or actively engaged in their formal education. The AIM Team consists of representatives from the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, the Public Defender’s Office, the Adult Probation Department and IPS Recovery. We continually partner with various community service providers in order to provide participants with the tools necessary for success, including Anthem Strong Families, Unlocking Doors, Oasis Center, Cafe Momentum, the Dallas County Community College District, and Social Venture Partners Dallas.

In this interactive report, you can explore the successful outcomes of the AIM Court.

From the Court

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