The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) and the Michigan Sheriff's Association (MSA) are pleased to introduce the STOPPED program.
On Your Mark
Parents voluntarily register with the Michigan Sheriff's Assoication any motor vehicle that will be operated by a driver under the age of 21.
An identification decal is issued by the Michigan Sheriff's Association and should be affixed to the front windshield of each registered vehicle.
If for any reason, the registered vehicle is stopped by the WCSO while a person under the age of 21 is driving, the officer will complete a notification card that provides the following information:
- Time and location of stop
- Drivers name and the number of passengers in vehicle
- Reason for the stop
- Whether any citations were issued
The notification will then be mailed directly to the parents in order to make them aware of potential problems as well as enable them to enforce parental rules that often co-exist with teenage driving privileges.
For more information contact Deputy McMullen or to enroll by phone, call: (800) 875-5500.
This program is sponsored by the Michigan Sheriff's Association and AAA Michigan. Information provided by MSA.