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SARPY COUNTY SAFETY PROGRAM

*** COST CHANGE TO THE FOLLOWING CLASSES AS OF JANUARY 1, 2014 ***

4-Hour STOP Class - Traffic Ticket Dismissal $100

8-Hour STOP Class - Traffic Ticket Dismissal $140

8-Hour Defensive Driving Course $115
DMV approved 8-hour class for the following

* Reinstatement
* Under Age 21 Point Accumulation
* 2 Point Credit
* Work Permit

The Sarpy County Safety Program provides the following education programs under the direction of the Sarpy County Safety Board of Directors.

4-HOUR OR 8-HOUR STOP CLASS – TRAFFIC TICKET DISMISSAL CLASS

The 4-Hour or 8-Hour STOP Class (Safety Training Option Program) is available to persons who receive a traffic citation in Sarpy County and wish to have their citation dismissed.  Eligibility for the 4-Hour or 8-Hour class is determined by the violation listed on your citation. 

Advantages of taking the class include:

More information is available on the 4-Hour STOP Class page or 8-Hour STOP Class page.

Online registration is now available at http://stop.sarpy.com.

Need additional information?  Contact the Sarpy County Safety Program at (402)593-1564.

8 HOUR DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE (8 HOUR DDC)– DMV APPROVED CLASS

The 8 Hour Defensive Driving Course is certified by the Nebraska DMV to meet the requirements for:

More information can be found on the 8 Hour Defensive Driving Course page.

Online registration is now available at http://stop.sarpy.com.

Need additional information?  Contact the Sarpy County Safety Program at (402)593-1564.

MOTORCYCLE SAFETY TRAINING - LEARN TO RIDE A MOTORCYCLE

Nebraska Motorcycle Safety Training, a division of the Sarpy County Safety Program, has adopted the following courses, sanctioned by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation: 

More information can be obtained on the Motorcycle Safety Rider Courses page.
For reservations, call the Sarpy County Safety Program at (402)593-1564.

MOTORCYCLING IS FUN” SEMINAR SERIES – FREE TO THE PUBLIC

These seminars are designed to serve the public by providing additional information on riding a motorcycle for both the rider and co-rider. 
More information can be obtained on the Motorcycle Seminar Series page.

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