Driving Programs - Probation

Young Traffic Offenders Program (YTOP)

The Young Traffic Offenders Program (YTOP) is an all-day program designed for young adults, age 15-24, which focuses on the realities of poor driving decisions and consequences associated with poor choices on the road. This program is a joint effort between Citizens Memorial Healthcare (CMH), in Bolivar, and Cox Hospitals. Participants must register in advance. Please contact one of these providers for more details:

Defensive Driving Course (DDC-8)

The Defensive Driving Program (DDC-8) is an 8-hour Driver Improvement Program the National Safety Council designed to help drivers choose safe, responsible, and lawful driving behaviors. DDC-8 is held once a month on a Saturday from 8am-5pm. Participants must register in advance. Please contact one of these providers for more details:

Alive at 25

The Alive at 25 Course is a 4-hour National Safety Council program designed for young adults, age 15-25, that focuses on the dangers of distracted or impaired driving and safe/lawful driving choices. Participants must register in advance. Please contact one of these providers for more details:

Responsibility and Awareness Program (RAP)

The Responsibility and Awareness Program (RAP) is a 2-hour driving program designed to focus on overcoming distracted driving, the importance of seatbelts, and common driving errors. This program is held once a month on a Monday evening from 6-8pm. Students are required to register online in advance. Please contact the provider for more details:

AARP Safe Driving Classes

The AARP Driver Safety Program is the nation's first and largest driver improvement course especially designed for individuals age 50 and older. During this four-hour class, drivers refine skills and develop safe, defensive driving techniques.

This program must be completed within 60 to120 days for sentencing.