The Coral Springs Police Department will once again recognize local teenagers who go without a traffic citation or an “at-fault” accident during the school year as part of their Safe Driving Teen Initiative.
Students are eligible to apply for recognition if they attend Coral Glades High School, Coral Springs Charter School, Coral Springs Christian Academy, Coral Springs High School, or J. P. Taravella High School.
Teenagers must submit a copy of their driving record that indicates they have a valid Florida Driver’s License between the dates of August 23, 2010, to April 1, 2011. Copies of driving records are available online at flhsmv.gov or through one of the Broward County courthouses. This record must be turned into the appropriate School Resource Officer by April 20, 2011.
Students that meet the criteria will receive a gift card, along with a certificate of recognition from Police Chief Duncan Foster. Seniors will also receive a cord to wear during their graduation ceremony. Over 60 students were recognized last school year for their safe driving efforts.
This initiative supplements the existing efforts towards safe teen driving where parents are provided letters informing them that the City of Coral Springs Police Department issued their teenaged driver a citation or warning.
Anyone with any questions about the initiative is asked to contact Captain Brad Mock of the Coral Springs Police Department at 954-346-1761 or email@example.com.