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Teen Driver Challenge Sign Up Form

Requirements to Attend :

  • Child must be between the ages of 15-19 (15 years old with a restricted license and at least 6 months of driving or 16 years old with a Drivers License),
  • have a valid Florida Drivers License,
  • have access to a safe vehicle.
  • The vehicle operated must have proof of insurance.
  • Child and Parent must sign a waiver of liability prior to taking this course.

If your child meets the above requirements, please select your first, second and third choices for classroom and driving attendance. We will be filling classes on a first come first serve basis so as classes fill up we will need to use your other preferences to ensure you are registered.

We will notify you of your class assignment before classes start.

Please ensure you have filled out all the paperwork (Parental Permission Form, Student Statement, and Vehicle Owner's statement) before attending classes to avoid delays and possible class rescheduling.

Thank you.

Again, please ensure you have filled out all the paperwork (Parental Permission Form, Student Statement, and Vehicle Owner's statement) before attending classes to avoid delays and possible class rescheduling.

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Thank you for following the Leon County Sheriff’s Office on social media! We welcome you to share your thoughts and feedback with us, and we ask that you please be responsible and courteous in your comments and replies. We reserve the right to hide/remove any comments or ban any users who violate our policy. Comments that contain obscene, indecent, or profane language; contain threats or defamatory statements; are bullying, intimidating, or harassing any user; contain personal attacks; contain hate speech; promote or endorse services or products; suggest or encourage illegal activity; are multiple, repetitive off-topic posts by a single user (spam); are not topically related to the particular posting; violate a legal ownership interest of any other party; or imbed links to other Internet sites may be hidden/removed. Users who violate this policy may be banned.

Our rules of decorum are in place to encourage civil discourse and to prevent a poster from disrupting dialog in a way that prevents or impedes the accomplishment of the purpose of our social media sites. Our purpose is to convey important public safety information, increase our ability to quickly, effectively, and efficiently reach Leon County and Big Bend area residents to help us find criminal suspects, find missing and/or endangered persons, communicate public safety alerts, and further our mission of preventing, reducing, suppressing, displacing, solving, and fighting crime in Leon County.