December Classes:

This is a list of all changes to MADD Tennessee VIP classes originally scheduled for December 1 – December 31. (updated December 4, 2020)  Please be understanding that due to the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class, to verify if there have been changes made. Alternate Option:  An ONLINE Victim Impact Panel Class is also available.  Click here for more information.  (A Spanish version of the Online Victim Impact Panel is also available.  Click here for more information regarding the Spanish version. )  Note:  If you are currently pre-registered for an in-person Victim Impact Panel (VIP) class and would like to apply the fees you already paid for your in-person registration to registration for an Online VIP class, please email us at tn.state@madd.orgYou must either attend an in-person VIP class, or contact us to request to apply your pre-paid fees to a MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class, before the end of the year, or any fees you have pre-paid will be forfeited.

  • Dickson County, TN 12/1/20:  This panel has been cancelled.  We will not be able to host a class at this location for the remainder of the year.   However, we are offering 2 additional classes in Ashland City for those who wish to attend an in-person class this year.   As of right now, we anticipate that these classes will be conducted. However, we recommend you check this page on the day of each class to confirm no changes have been posted.  All pre-registered attendees who were scheduled to attend the December 1 class in Dickson County are being emailed and offered the option to transfer their registration, at no charge, to an Ashland City class or to the December 1 class in Columbia.   However, capacity is limited to 16 participants per date and written registration transfer requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.  Registrants must submit their request in writing to tn.state@madd.org.  Phone calls will NOT be accepted for a registration transfer, neither will they expedite your written request or improve your place in line  Additionally, registrants are offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  General District Attorney Ray Crouch, Jr., has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.   Please be advised that if you request to have your registration moved to one of the in-person classes in Ashland City or Columbia and we transfer your registration to this location, IF YOU DO NOT SHOW UP TO THE CLASS or contact us BEFORE the class to request that your in-person registration fees be applied to a MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class, YOUR PRE-PAID FEES WILL BE FORFEITED. (updated November 10 and 19, 2020)
  • Columbia, TN 12/1/20:  This panel is currently scheduled to be open. However, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class to verify no changes have been made.  Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all attendees must also wear a mask.  In addition, attendance will be limited to a maximum of 17 participants.   Those who were previously registered for a VIP class at one of our other Middle Tennessee locations are being offered a chance to transfer their registrations to this class on a first-come, first-served basis.   Additionally, registrants are being offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  All requests to transfer registration to this class or to apply pre-paid fees to an online class must be submitted in writing to tn.state@madd.org  Phone calls will NOT be accepted for a registration transfer, neither will they expedite your written request or improve your place in line. If you are unable to comply with any of the COVID 19 requirements or prefer not to attend an in-person class, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.   The office of General District Attorney, Brent Cooper, has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.  (updated November 20, 2020)
  • Sevierville, TN 12/2/20: This panel has been cancelled.  We will not be able to host a class at this location for the remainder of the year.   However, we are offering 3 additional classes in Alcoa and 2 in Knoxville for those who wish to attend an in-person class this year.   As of right now, we anticipate that these classes will be conducted. However, we recommend you check this page on the day of each class to confirm no changes have been posted.  All pre-registered attendees who were scheduled to attend the December 2 class in Sevierville were emailed and automatically moved to the class on December 8, 2020, at 6:15pm at the Alcoa Police Department in Alcoa, TN. Registrants were also offered the option of requesting to move their registration, at no charge, to one of the other East TN classes instead.  Additionally, they were offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class. General District Attorney James B. Dunn has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.  Please be advised that if you were pre-registered for the December 2 class in Sevierville and you do not attend the in-person class on December 8 at 6:15 pm in Alcoa or contact us at tn.state@madd.org PRIOR to the class to request that your registration be moved to another in-person class, or to request that your pre-paid fees be applied to the MADD Online Victim Impact Panel, you will be considered a no-show and your pre-paid fees will be forfeited.
  • Columbia, TN 12/3/20: This panel has been rescheduled to December 1, 2020 at 3pm at the Maury County Office of Emergency Management. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the December 3 class have been emailed and automatically moved to the panel on December 1.  (updated November 19, 2020)
  • Nashville, TN 12/7/20:  This panel has been cancelled.  We will not be able to host a class at this location for the remainder of the year.   However, we are offering 2 additional classes in Ashland City and one in Columbia for those who wish to attend an in-person class this year.   As of right now, we anticipate that these classes will be conducted. However, we recommend you check this page on the day of each class to confirm no changes have been posted.  All pre-registered attendees who were scheduled to attend the December 7 class in Nashville are being emailed and offered the option to transfer their registration, at no charge, to an Ashland City class or to the December 1 class in Columbia.   However, capacity is limited to 16 participants per date and written registration transfer requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.  Registrants must submit their request in writing to tn.state@madd.org.  Phone calls will NOT be accepted for a registration transfer, neither will they expedite your written request or improve your place in line  Additionally, registrants are offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  Assistant District Attorney General, Kyle Anderson, has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.   Please be advised that if you request to have your registration moved to one of the in-person classes in Ashland City or Columbia and we transfer your registration to this location, IF YOU DO NOT SHOW UP TO THE CLASS or contact us BEFORE the class to request that your in-person registration fees be applied to a MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class, YOUR PRE-PAID FEES WILL BE FORFEITED. (updated November 10 and 19, 2020)
  • Knoxville, TN 12/7/20, 3pm ET class: This panel has been cancelled.  We will not be able to host a class at this location for the remainder of the year.  All pre-registered attendees who were scheduled to attend the December 7 class at 3pm in Knoxville are being emailed and automatically moved to a class on December 9, 2020, at 3pm at the Alcoa Police Department in Alcoa, TN.  Registrants are also being offered the option to contact us at tn.state@madd.org to request to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  General District Attorney Charme Allen has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.  Please note: these are the last options we have available to help you meet your court-ordered requirement. You MUST either attend the class on 12/9 at 3pm or request to apply your fees to an online class before the end of the year, or ANY FEES YOU HAVE PRE-PAID WILL BE FORFEITED.  (updated December 4, 2020)
  • Knoxville, TN 12/7/20, 6:15pm ET class: This panel has been cancelled.  We will not be able to host a class at this location for the remainder of the year.  All pre-registered attendees who were scheduled to attend the December 7 class at 6:15pm in Knoxville are being emailed and automatically moved to one of the classes we are conducting at the Alcoa Police Department in Alcoa, TN, on 12/8 and 12/9.  Registrants are also being offered the option to contact us at tn.state@madd.org to request to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  General District Attorney Charme Allen has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.  Please note: these are the last options we have available to help you meet your court-ordered requirement. You MUST either attend the class in Alcoa to which you’ve been assigned or request to apply your fees to an online class before the end of the year, or ANY FEES YOU HAVE PRE-PAID WILL BE FORFEITED.  (updated December 4, 2020)
  • Alcoa, TN 12/8/20 6:15pm class:  This panel is currently scheduled to be open. However, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class to verify no changes have been made.  Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all attendees must also wear a mask.  If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, are awaiting test results from COVID-19, or have been diagnosed with COVID-19, please DO NOT ATTEND the in-person class. Please contact us at tn.state@madd.org BEFORE the class to notify us that you will not be able to attend. If you are unable to comply with any of these requirements, cannot attend the class due to a Covid-related reason, or prefer not to attend an in-person class, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.  General District Attorney Mike Flynn has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted. You may contact us at tn.state@madd.org to request to apply the fees you have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  If you are scheduled to attend this class and do not show-up, you MUST contact us to request to apply your fees to an online class before the end of the year, or ANY FEES YOU HAVE PRE-PAID WILL BE FORFEITED.  (updated December 4, 2020)
  • Alcoa, TN 12/9/20, 3pm class: This panel is currently scheduled to be open. However, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class to verify no changes have been made.  Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all attendees must also wear a mask.  If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, are awaiting test results from COVID-19, or have been diagnosed with COVID-19, please DO NOT ATTEND the in-person class. Please contact us at tn.state@madd.org BEFORE the class to notify us that you will not be able to attend. If you are unable to comply with any of these requirements, cannot attend the class due to a Covid-related reason, or prefer not to attend an in-person class, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.  General District Attorney Mike Flynn has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted. You may contact us at tn.state@madd.org to request to apply the fees you have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  If you are scheduled to attend this class and do not show-up, you MUST contact us to request to apply your fees to an online class before the end of the year, or ANY FEES YOU HAVE PRE-PAID WILL BE FORFEITED.  (updated December 4, 2020)
  • Alcoa, TN 12/9/20, 6:15pm class:  This panel is currently scheduled to be open. However, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class to verify no changes have been made.  Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all attendees must also wear a mask.  If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, are awaiting test results from COVID-19, or have been diagnosed with COVID-19, please DO NOT ATTEND the in-person class. Please contact us at tn.state@madd.org BEFORE the class to notify us that you will not be able to attend. If you are unable to comply with any of these requirements, cannot attend the class due to a Covid-related reason, or prefer not to attend an in-person class, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.  General District Attorney Mike Flynn has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted. You may contact us at tn.state@madd.org to request to apply the fees you have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  If you are scheduled to attend this class and do not show-up, you MUST contact us to request to apply your fees to an online class before the end of the year, or ANY FEES YOU HAVE PRE-PAID WILL BE FORFEITED.  (updated December 4, 2020)
  • Ashland City, TN 12/15/20 class:   This panel has been cancelled.  We will not be able to host a class at this location for the remainder of the year.   However, we are offering one additional classes in Columbia for those who wish to attend an in-person class this year.   As of right now, we anticipate that this class will be conducted. However, we recommend you check this page on the day of the class to confirm no changes have been posted.  Those who were previously registered for a VIP class at one of our other Middle Tennessee locations are being offered a chance to transfer their registrations to this class on a first-come, first-served basis.  However, capacity is limited to 17 participants and written registration transfer requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.  Registrants must submit their request in writing to tn.state@madd.org.  Phone calls will NOT be accepted for a registration transfer, neither will they expedite your written request or improve your place in line  Additionally, registrants are offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  If you are unable to comply with any of the COVID 19 requirements or prefer not to attend an in-person class, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.    We recommend you confirm with your probation department or court prior to completing the class to verify the ONLINE MADD Victim Impact Panel class would be accepted.  (updated November 19, 2020)

November Classes:

This is a list of all changes to MADD Tennessee VIP classes originally scheduled for November 1 – November 30. (updated November 4, 2020)  Please be understanding that due to the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class, to verify if there have been changes made. Alternate Option:  An ONLINE Victim Impact Panel Class is also available.  Click here for more information.  (A Spanish version of the Online Victim Impact Panel is also available.  Click here for more information regarding the Spanish version. )  Note:  If you are currently pre-registered for an in-person Victim Impact Panel (VIP) class and would like to apply the fees you already paid for your in-person registration to registration for an Online VIP class, please email us at tn.state@madd.org.

  • Cleveland, TN 11/2/20: This panel has been cancelledWe will not be able to host a class at this location for the remainder of the year.   However, we are offering 3 additional classes in Alcoa and 2 in Knoxville for those who wish to attend an in-person class this year.   As of right now, we anticipate that these classes will be conducted. However, we recommend you check this page on the day of each class to confirm no changes have been posted.  All pre-registered attendees who were scheduled to attend the November 2 class in Cleveland were emailed and automatically moved to the class on December 9, 2020, at 6:15pm at the Alcoa Police Department in Alcoa, TN. Registrants were also offered the option of requesting to move their registration, at no charge, to one of the other East TN classes instead.  Additionally, they were offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  General District Attorney Steve Crump has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will be accepted. Please be advised that if you were pre-registered for the November 2 class in Cleveland and you do not attend the in-person class on December 9 at 6:15 pm in Alcoa or contact us at tn.state@madd.org PRIOR to the class to request that your registration be moved to another in-person class, or to request that your pre-paid fees be applied to the MADD Online Victim Impact Panel, you will be considered a no-show and your pre-paid fees will be forfeited.
  • Clarksville, TN 11/4/20: This panel has been cancelled. We will not be able to host a class at this location for the remainder of the year. All pre-registered attendees who were scheduled to attend the November 4 class in Clarksville were emailed and offered the option to transfer their registration, at no charge, to an Ashland City in-person class or to the December 1 class in Columbia.  However, capacity is limited to 16 participants per date and written registration transfer requests will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.  Registrants must submit their request in writing to tn.state@madd.org.  Phone calls will NOT be accepted for a registration transfer, neither will they expedite your written request or improve your place in line  Additionally, registrants are offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class. They were also offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class and were advised to check with their probation department or court prior to completing the class to verify the ONLINE MADD Victim Impact Panel class would be accepted.   (updated November 19, 2020)
  • Nashville, TN 11/9/2020: This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on December 7, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the November 9 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on December 7.  Location and times remain the same.  Assistant District Attorney General, Kyle Anderson, has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted. (Updated November 9, 2020)
  • Alcoa, TN 11/16/20: This panel has been rescheduled to December 9, 2020 at 6:15pm. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the November 16 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on December 9.  Location and times remain the same. Registrants are also being offered the option of requesting to move their registration, at no charge, to one of the other East TN classes instead.  Additionally, they were offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  General District Attorney Mike Flynn has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will be accepted. Please be advised that if you were pre-registered for the November 16 class in Alcoa and you do not attend the in-person class on December 9 at 6:15 pm in Alcoa or contact us at tn.state@madd.org PRIOR to the class to request that your registration be moved to another in-person class, or to request that your pre-paid fees be applied to the MADD Online Victim Impact Panel, you will be considered a no-show and your pre-paid fees will be forfeited.
  • Ashland City, TN 11/17/20 class:  This panel is currently scheduled to be open. However, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class to verify no changes have been made.  Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all attendees must also wear a mask.  In addition, attendance will be limited to a maximum of 16 participants.   Those who were previously registered for a VIP class at one of our other Middle Tennessee locations are being offered a chance to transfer their registrations to this class on a first-come, first-served basis.   Additionally, registrants are being offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  All requests to transfer registration to this class or to apply pre-paid fees to an online class must be submitted in writing to tn.state@madd.org  Phone calls will NOT be accepted for a registration transfer, neither will they expedite your written request or improve your place in line. If you are unable to comply with any of the COVID 19 requirements or prefer not to attend an in-person class, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.   General District Attorney Ray Crouch, Jr., has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.   Please be advised that if you request to have your registration moved to one of the in-person classes in Ashland City on November 17 or December 15 and we transfer your registration to this location, IF YOU DO NOT SHOW UP TO THE CLASS or contact us BEFORE the class to request that your in-person registration fees be applied to a MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class, YOUR PRE-PAID FEES WILL BE FORFEITED. (updated November 11, 2020)
  • New Tazewell, TN 11/17/20: This panel has been cancelledWe will not be able to host a class at this location for the remainder of the year.   However, we are offering 3 additional classes in Alcoa and 2 in Knoxville for those who wish to attend an in-person class this year.   As of right now, we anticipate that these classes will be conducted. However, we recommend you check this page on the day of each class to confirm no changes have been posted.  All pre-registered attendees who were scheduled to attend the November 17 class in New Tazewell were emailed and automatically moved to the class on December 9, 2020, at 6:15pm at the Alcoa Police Department in Alcoa, TN. Registrants were also offered the option of requesting to move their registration, at no charge, to one of the other East TN classes instead.  Additionally, they were offered the option to apply the fees they have already paid for an in-person class, to our MADD Online Victim Impact Panel class.  General District Attorney Steve Crump has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will be accepted. Please be advised that if you were pre-registered for the November 17 class in New Tazewell and you do not attend the in-person class on December 9 at 6:15 pm in Alcoa or contact us at tn.state@madd.org PRIOR to the class to request that your registration be moved to another in-person class, or to request that your pre-paid fees be applied to the MADD Online Victim Impact Panel, you will be considered a no-show and your pre-paid fees will be forfeited.

October Classes:

This is a list of all changes to MADD Tennessee VIP classes originally scheduled for October 1 – October 31. (updated September 29, 2020)  Please be understanding that due to the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class, to verify if there have been changes made. Alternate Option:  An ONLINE Victim Impact Panel Class is also available.  Click here for more information.  (A Spanish version of the Online Victim Impact Panel is also available.  Click here for more information regarding the Spanish version. )  Note:  If you are currently pre-registered for an in-person Victim Impact Panel (VIP) class and would like to apply the fees you already paid for your in-person registration to registration for an Online VIP class, please email us at tn.state@madd.org.

  • Jackson, TN 10/1/20: This panel is currently scheduled to be open. However, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class to verify no changes have been made.  Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  The site also requires that all attendees must wear a mask and gloves. In addition, attendance will be limited to a maximum of 50 participants. If you have not already done so, we ask that all attendees click here to pre-register and pre-pay for their in-person VIP class in order to minimize time/contact at lines for the check-in desk. Our website will accept debit cards, credit cards, or prepaid debit cards for payment and pre-registration.  We suggest all participants arrive early for check-in for the best chance at ensuring your spot in the class. If you do not pre-pay/pre-register for the class,, we may be limited by capacity and unable to allow your attendance.  Also, we can only accept payment by money order for those who wait to register on the night of the class and it must be filled out in advance. If you are unable to comply with any of these requirements, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.  General District Attorney Jody Pickens has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will be accepted.
  • Cookeville/ Putnam County  10/3/20: This panel has been postponed until February 6, 2021.  All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the October 3 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on February 6, 2021. Location and times remain the same.  Judge Jonathon Lee Young has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Nashville, TN 10/5/2020: This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on November 9, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the October 5 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on November 9.  Location and times remain the same.  Assistant District Attorney General, Kyle Anderson, has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Knoxville, TN 10/5/20:  This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on November 2, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the October 5 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on November 2. Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Charme Allen has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Sevierville, TN 10/7/20: This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on December 2, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the October 7 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on December 2.  General District Attorney James B. Dunn has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted. Please check with your probation office to confirm they will also accept a MADD Online Victim Impact Panel.
  • Cheatham County/ Ashland City, TN 10/20/2020:   This panel is currently scheduled to be open. However, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class to verify no changes have been made.  Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all attendees must also wear a mask.  In addition, attendance will be limited to a maximum capacity of 16 participants.  If you have not already done so, we ask that all attendees click here to pre-register and pre-pay for their in-person VIP class in order to minimize time/contact at lines for the check-in desk.  Our website will accept debit cards, credit cards, or prepaid debit cards for payment and pre-registration.  We suggest all participants arrive early for check-in for the best chance at ensuring your spot in the class.  If you do not pre-pay/pre-register for the class,, we may be limited by capacity and unable to allow your attendance.  Also, we can only accept payment by money order for those who wait to register on the night of the class and it must be filled out in advance.  If you are unable to comply with any of these requirements, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.   General District Attorney Ray Crouch, Jr., has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.

September Classes:

This is a list of all changes to MADD Tennessee VIP classes originally scheduled for September 1 – September 30. (updated August 26, 2020)  Please be understanding that due to the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class, to verify if there have been changes made. Alternate Option:  An ONLINE Victim Impact Panel Class is also available.  Click here for more information.  (A Spanish version of the Online Victim Impact Panel is also available.  Click here for more information regarding the Spanish version. )  Note:  If you are currently pre-registered for an in-person Victim Impact Panel (VIP) class and would like to apply the fees you already paid for your in-person registration to registration for an Online VIP class, please email us at tn.state@madd.org.

August Classes:

This is a list of all changes to MADD Tennessee VIP classes originally scheduled for August 1 – August 31. (updated July 8, 2020)  Please be understanding that due to the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class, to verify if there have been changes made. Alternate Option:  An ONLINE Victim Impact Panel Class is also available.  Click here for more information.  (A Spanish version of the Online Victim Impact Panel is also available.  Click here for more information regarding the Spanish version. )  Note:  If you are currently pre-registered for an in-person Victim Impact Panel (VIP) class and would like to apply the fees you already paid for your in-person registration to registration for an Online VIP class, please email us at tn.state@madd.org.

  • Cookeville/ Putnam County  8/1/20: This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on October 3, 2020.  All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the August 1 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on October 3. Location and times remain the same.  Judge Jonathon Lee Young has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Knoxville, TN 8/3/20:   This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on September 14, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the August 3 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on September 14. Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Charme Allen has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Sevierville, TN 8/5/20:   This panel has been rescheduled until September 15 at 6pm. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the August 5 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on September 15.  Location and times remain the same. A September 15 class at 3pm is also now available at this location.  If you are already pre-registered and would prefer to attend the 3pm class instead of the 6pm class on September 15, please email us at tn.state@madd.org. A maximum of 30 attendees will be allowed at these classes so you must notify us, in advance, if you prefer the 3pm option. Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all attendees must also wear a mask.   In addition, we ask that all attendees click here to pre-register and pre-pay for their in-person VIP class in order to minimize time/contact at lines for the check-in desk.  (If you have already pre-registered and pre-paid for the in-person VIP class on our website, you do not need to do so again.) Our website will accept debit cards, credit cards, or prepaid debit cards for payment and pre-registration.  If you wait to register on the night of your class, we may be limited by capacity and we can only accept payment by money order which must be filled out in advance.   If you are unable to comply with any of these requirements, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.   General District Attorney James B. Dunn has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted. Please check with your probation office to confirm they will also accept a MADD Online Victim Impact Panel. (Updated July 15.)
  • Clarksville  8/12/20:  This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on November 4, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the August 12 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on November 4. Location and times remain the same.  (Updated August 10.)
  • Cleveland, TN 8/17/2020:   This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on November 2, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the August 17 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on November 2.  Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Steve Crump has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Nashville, TN 8/17/2020: This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on September 14, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the August 17 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on September 14.  Location and times remain the same.  Assistant District Attorney General, Kyle Anderson, has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted. (Updated August 14.)
  • Claiborne County, TN 8/18/2020:   This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on November 17, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the August 17 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on November 17.  Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Jared Effler has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Jackson, TN 7/16/20: This panel is currently scheduled to be open. However, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class to verify no changes have been made.  Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  The site also requires that all attendees must wear a mask and gloves. In addition, attendance will be limited to a maximum of 50 participants.   We highly recommend that all attendees click here to pre-register and pre-pay for their in-person VIP class in order to guarantee their spot and minimize time/contact at lines for the check-in desk.  (If you have already pre-registered and pre-paid for the in-person VIP class on our website, you do not need to do so again.)  Our website will accept debit cards, credit cards, or prepaid debit cards for payment and pre-registration.  If you wait to register on the night of your class, we may be limited by capacity and we can only accept payment by money order which must be filled out in advance.  If you are unable to comply with any of these requirements, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.  General District Attorney Jody Pickens has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will be accepted.
  • Columbia/ Maury County, TN 8/27/2020: This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on December 3, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the August 27 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on December 3.  Location and times remain the same. (Updated August 26)

July Classes:

This is a list of all changes to MADD Tennessee VIP classes originally scheduled for July 1 – July 31. (updated July 8, 2020)  Please be understanding that due to the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class, to verify if there have been changes made. Alternate Option:  An ONLINE Victim Impact Panel Class is also available.  Click here for more information. (A Spanish version of the Online Victim Impact Panel is also available.  Click here for more information regarding the Spanish version. )  Note:  If you are currently pre-registered for an in-person Victim Impact Panel (VIP) class and would like to apply the fees you already paid for your in-person registration to registration for an Online VIP class, please email us at tn.state@madd.org.

  • Nashville, TN 7/6/2020:  This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on August 17, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the July 6 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on August 17. Location and times remain the same. Maximum capacity for class is 50 participants.  If you have not already done so, we highly recommend you pre-register at www.maddvip.org if you wish to attend the August 17 class. 
  • Knoxville, TN 7/6/2020 and 8/3/20:   These panels have been postponed until September 14, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the July 6 or August 3 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on September 14. Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Charme Allen has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Dickson County  7/14/20: This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on September 8, 2020.  All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the July 14 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on September 8. Location and times remain the same.  General District Attorney Ray Crouch, Jr., has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Memphis, TN 7/16/20: This panel is currently scheduled to be open. However, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class to verify no changes have been made.  Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all attendees must also wear a mask.   In addition, we ask that all attendees click here to pre-register and pre-pay for their in-person VIP class in order to minimize time/contact at lines for the check-in desk.  (If you have already pre-registered and pre-paid for the in-person VIP class on our website, you do not need to do so again.) Our website will accept debit cards, credit cards, or prepaid debit cards for payment and pre-registration.  If you wait to register on the night of your class, we may be limited by capacity and we can only accept payment by money order which must be filled out in advance.  If you are unable to comply with any of these requirements, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.  General District Attorney Amy Weirich has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will be accepted.
  • Cheatham County/ Ashland City, TN 7/21/2020:   This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on October 20, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the July 21 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on October 20. Location and times remain the same. Maximum capacity for class is 16 participants.  If you have not already done so, we highly recommend you pre-register at www.maddvip.org if you wish to attend the October 20 class. General District Attorney Ray Crouch, Jr., has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Alcoa, TN 7/27/2020: This panel has been rescheduled until September 16 at 6pmAll pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the July 27 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on September 16.  Location and times remain the same. A September 16 class at 3pm is also now available at this location.  If you are already pre-registered and would prefer to attend the 3pm class instead of the 6pm class on September 16, please email us at tn.state@madd.org. A maximum of 14 attendees will be allowed at these classes so you must notify us, in advance, if you prefer the 3pm option. Please be advised that to ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, volunteers, and staff, you will be asked a series of COVID-19 health screening questions before entry and your temperature will be screened with a touchless thermometer.  In compliance with CDC Guidelines, all attendees must also wear a mask.  In addition, we ask that all attendees click here to pre-register and pre-pay for their in-person VIP class in order to minimize time/contact at lines for the check-in desk.  (If you have already pre-registered and pre-paid for the in-person VIP class on our website, you do not need to do so again.) Our website will accept debit cards, credit cards, or prepaid debit cards for payment and pre-registration.  If you wait to register on the day/night of your class, we may be limited by capacity and we can only accept payment by money order which must be filled out in advance.  If you are unable to comply with any of these requirements, an Online MADD Victim Impact Panel class is available.  General District Attorney Mike Flynn has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted. (Updated July 15.)

June Classes:

This is a list of all changes to MADD Tennessee VIP classes originally scheduled for June 1 – June 30. (updated May 26, 2020)  Please be understanding that due to the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class, to verify if there have been changes made. Alternate Option:  An ONLINE Victim Impact Panel Class is also available.  Click here for more information.  Note:  If you are currently pre-registered for an in-person Victim Impact Panel (VIP) class and would like to apply the fees you already paid for your in-person registration to registration for an Online VIP class, please email us at tn.state@madd.org.

  • Nashville, TN 6/1/2020:  This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on July 6, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 1 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on July 6. Location and times remain the same. Maximum capacity for class is 50 participants.  If you have not already done so, we highly recommend you pre-register at www.maddvip.org if you wish to attend the July 6 class.
  • Scott County, TN 6/1/2020: This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on December 14, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 1 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on December 14. Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Jared Effler’s Office has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted if you would like to complete your requirement sooner.
  • Sevier County, TN 6/3/2020:   This panel has been rescheduled for August 5, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 3 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on August 5.  General District Attorney James B. Dunn has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Columbia/Maury County, TN 6/4/2020:  This panel has been rescheduled for August 27, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 4 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on August 27.  Location and times remain the same.
  • Memphis, TN 6/4/20: This panel has been rescheduled for July 16, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 4 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on July 16. Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Amy Weirich has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Cookville, TN 6/6/20:This panel has been rescheduled for August 1, 2020.  All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 6 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on August 1. Location and times remain the same.
  • Knoxville, TN 6/8/2020:   This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled panel of July 6, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 8 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on July 6. Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Charme Allen has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Dickson, TN 6/9/20:  This panel has been rescheduled for a July 14, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 9 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on July 14. Location and times remain the same.  General District Attorney Ray Crouch has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Campbell County, TN 6/15/20:  This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on December 14, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 15 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on December 14. Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Jared Effler’s Office has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted if you would like to complete your requirement sooner.
  • Jackson, TN 6/18/20:  This panel has been rescheduled for August 20, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 18 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on August 20. Location and times remain the same.  General District Attorney Jody Pickens has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Clarksville, TN  6/24/20:  This panel has been rescheduled for August 12, 2020.  All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 24 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on August 12. Location and times remain the same.
  • Claiborne County, TN 6/29/20:  This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled class on August 18, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 29 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on August 18. Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Jared Effler’s Office has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.
  • Cleveland, TN 6/29/20:  This panel has been rescheduled for August 17, 2020. All pre-registered attendees who were already scheduled to attend the June 29 class will be emailed and automatically moved to the panel on August 17. Location and times remain the same. General District Attorney Steve Crump Has confirmed MADD Online Victim Impact Panels will also be accepted.

May Classes:

This is a list of all applicable MADD Tennessee VIP classes originally scheduled for May 1 – May 31.  (updated May 26, 2020) Please be understanding that due to the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, we recommend you check our website on the day of your class, to verify it has not been rescheduled. Alternate Option:  An ONLINE Victim Impact Panel Class is also available.  Click here for more information.  Note:  If you are currently pre-registered for an in-person Victim Impact Panel (VIP) class and would like to apply the fees you already paid for your in-person registration to registration for an Online VIP class, please email us at tn.state@madd.org.

  • Cleveland, TN 5/4/2020: This panel will be tentatively rescheduled to June 29, 2020. All pre-registered attendees will be emailed and automatically moved to this panel.  Location and times remain the same.
  • Knoxville, TN 5/4/2020:  This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled panel of June 8, 2020. All pre-registered attendees will be emailed and automatically moved to this panel.  Location and times remain the same.
  • Memphis, TN 5/7/2020: This panel has been rescheduled to June 4, 2020. All pre-registered attendees will be emailed and automatically moved to this panel. Location and times remain the same.
  • Clarksville, TN 5/13/2020: This panel has been rescheduled to June 24, 2020. All pre-registered attendees will be emailed and automatically moved to this panel. Location and times remain the same.
  • Alcoa, TN 5/18/2020: This panel has been postponed until the next regularly scheduled panel of July 27, 2020. All pre-registered attendees will be emailed and automatically moved to this panel. Location and times remain the same.
  • Nashville, TN 5/18/2020: This panel has been postponed to the next regularly scheduled panel of June 1, 2020.  All pre-registered attendees will be emailed and automatically moved to this panel.  Location and times remain the same.
  • Claiborne County, TN 5/19/2020: This panel has been rescheduled to date June 29, 2020. All pre-registered attendees will be emailed and automatically moved to this panel. Location and times remain the same.

If you have any questions, please contact us at tn.state@madd.org or 800-544-6233.