Checkpoints™ Program Teen Driver Safety
Developed by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and Preusser Research Group, Checkpoints™ is an evidence-based teen driver safety program. The program has been adapted for use in Kentucky and is being implemented throughout the state, as it has demonstrated success in other states.
This educational intervention provides parents and teens brief instruction and structure to help them use effective parenting techniques to establish driving rules and consequences for noncompliance and jointly reach a parent-teen agreement to reduce teen crash-related injuries and violations received by teen drivers.
- New counties application for Checkpoints funding: Click HERE or go to https://kspan.egnyte.com/dl/IZNBTajroh
- Checkpoints information sheet: Click HERE or go to https://kspan.egnyte.com/dl/HzJxIoK0Bb
- 2019 teen driver at-fault collision statistics: Click here to view.
- 2018 teen driver at-fault collision statistics: Go to https://kspan.egnyte.com/dl/UuOqjSFTea
- Steve Sparrow, Program Manager