What is the Pretrial Intervention Program?

The Pretrial Intervention Program is an opportunity afforded to select offenders for the purposes of education and rehabilitation. Upon successfully completing the Pretrial Intervention Program, the offender will have the pending charges dismissed and there will be no adjudication of guilt. While participation in the program is optional, offenders who are offered the program and do not complete the course within the time period set out by the Office of the District Attorney will be remanded back to court for trial.

In order to participate in the 19th Judicial District Attorney’s Pretrial Intervention Program, you must have received a letter or enrollment form from our office. You are only eligible to participate in the program(s) listed on your letter or form.


Get your completion certificate in 4 easy steps.

Step One

Study the Materials

Step 2: Take the Online Test

Step Two

Take the Online Test

Step 3: Submit Your Payment

Step Three

Submit Your Payment

Step 4: Receive Your Certificate

Step Four

Receive Your Certificate

Ready to get started with your course(s)?

Click on the link below to login to your user portal and start your Pretrial Intervention course(s).


Do you have questions about how to use the online Pretrial Intervention website? Please visit our FAQ section.

Have Questions?

Most of your questions about the online Pretrial Intervention Program can be answered by visiting our FAQ page.

Video Tutorials

Online and easily accessible, these are detailed video instructions on how to use the online PTI Program.

Learn by Watching

If you would like some guidance on using the online PTI system, try our narrated video tutorials.

Contact Us

If you still have questions and have already browsed the FAQ and watched the Video Tutorials, feel free to contact us.

Customer Support

Contact our customer support representatives by email or by phone at (866) 225-6184.