For more program information and course details go to Lake County Driver Safety Program.
Since 1991, the College of Lake County's Judicial Services Department has offered the National Safety Council's Defensive Driving Courses for motorists who are under court supervision for minor traffic violations in Lake County. Class content emphasizes defensive driving habits, including rules of the road, collision prevention tactics, and the everyday driving situations that motorists face. Classes are offered in both English and Spanish.
* These courses have limited availability. Register early in order to ensure your admittance.
Students must be pre-registered and prepaid to receive specific class information and confirmation.
The College of Lake County is not responsible for lost, late, or undeliverable mail. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that they receive the course assignment in order to complete their supervision conditions.
If you received your application from the ticketing officer and you have not reached the court date listed on the ticket, follow the directions listed on the diversion form: Diversion Form -- English (PDF) or Diversion Form -- Spanish (PDF). Only use this Diversion Form if your court date on the bottom of your ticket has not passed. Mail in your signed "Application for Court Supervision and Plea of Guilty Form", fill out the registration form, and mail in with your payment in the envelope provided. You will be notified by mail of your exact class assignment. Or go to the Clerk of the Circuit Court for further registration directions and information.
If you appeared in court with the judge on your court date, mail in the form immediately Court Referral Registration Form (PDF) with your payment for the specific course. You will be notified by mail of your exact class assignment.
If you can not attend your schedule class, you may reschedule before the class date by calling 847-543-2185 and speak to a clerk. Or you can fax your request for rescheduling to (847) 543-2188, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your rescheduling requests.
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