Dear Young Driver,
Welcome to Teens Learning Control (TLC)! TLC is aimed at young drivers age 20 and under who are convicted of various driving offenses ranging from a broken taillight to driving under the influence, as well as any other offenses at the Court's discretion. Unfortunately, automobiles accidents are the leading cause of death among young people. The goal of the TLC program is to educate you and prevent negative driving behaviors in the future. The program also attempts to provide you with life skills that can be applied to all areas of living.
Depending on your particular traffic offense(s), you will be placed in one of the five TLC Modules. Each module has different requirements including some combination of educational videos, exams, driver's educational classes, interactive peer groups, seminars, and community service.
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Municipal Court of Atlanta TLC staff. The contact info is listed to the right of this page.
YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THE PROGRAM WITHIN 72 HOURS OF SENTENCING
I. REGISTRATION: Three (3) Steps
Step 1: Assessment
Carefully read and completely fill out this Assessment form, print and fax it to (404) 588-5995 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Step 2: Module Assignment
Based on the information provided to you in court, please review the Module to which you were sentenced. Complete, sign and fax it to (404) 588-5995 or email it to email@example.com.
Module IV Spanish module
The Module form identifies most violations as well as program steps/requirements. Based on the information provided to you in court, please review the Module to which you were sentenced. fax it to (404) 588-5995 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you were not given any information regarding which Module is applicable to your sentence, please contact the TLC Coordinator. *TLC Module Overview
Module III Participants: You have an additional Defensive Driving Course to take. It must be a state certified 6-8 hour course. (Do not confuse this requirement with the ALIVE at 25 class you must attend). For information on the Defensive Driving Course, please contact the Department of Driver Services for a state certified driver improvement clinic.
Step 3: Community Service Requirements
Modules II, III, IV and V have a community service component. Please carefully read the Community Service Waiver and the Community Service Assignment Sheet. Print the waiver and sign it. You will be responsible for maintaining documention of all community service hours completed. Once your community service hours are complete, please turn in your documentation to a TLC Coordinator.
Community Service Waiver.
Community Service Assignment Sheet
1. Assessment (completed)
2. Module Requirement Form (signed)
3. Community Service Waiver (signed)
Fax: (404) 588-5995
THIS COMPLETES YOUR REGISTRATION. PLEASE CONTINUE TO MODULE COMPLETION.
II. MODULE COMPLETION:
As soon as registration forms are completed and faxed into the TLC office, begin working on the completion of your Module Requirements immediately. Documentation of completed requirements are to be turned in two business days before your compliance hearing (reset date). You may bring them to the TLC office or fax them. Documentation will not be accepted by TLC staff on the day of your compliance hearing.
Step 1: Registering for Classes offered at the Court: FYI/C=C Class
FYI/C=C classes are offered by the TLC/Court staff. Once you have completed the Registration, please contact a TLC coordinator to schedule the courses. Classes are assigned based on availability. You are completely responsible for registering for and getting to your assigned classes on time.
FYI/C=C Class Description
Registration for this class must be made by phone or in person. No Walk-ins will be accepted on the day of the class.
Please contact the TLC Staff. Contact info for the staff is listed on the right hand side of this page.
Step 2: Registering for and Attending Classes not offered at the Court: MADD VIP, ALIVE AT 25, Defensive Driving Courses, and the Teen Victim Impact Program
MADD VICTIM IMPACT PANEL INFORMATION:
MADD Victim Impact Panel - The Victim Impact Panel (VIP) is one of MADD's most widely recognized programs. This panel gives victims and survivors of drunk driving crashes an opportunity to share their story with offenders, probationers, and traffic violators. MADD Panels aim to prevent underage drinking, change attitudes and behaviors and reduce impaired driving recidivism rates. *Information obtained from MADD VIP brochure
*No eating, drinking, sleepling, reading, talking, etc allowed during the panel. If you violate this policy, you will be asked to leave and your fee will NOT be refunded.
Additional information on MADD VIP:
Please visit www.maddga.org for class dates, times and location. No pre-registration required. Simply show up on time. $50 money order ONLY. Must bring photo ID.
Any questions about the panel should be directed to MADD State Office at (770) 615-3735 (Main) or (877) 430-7596 (Toll Free).
ALIVE AT 25 INFORMATION
Alive at 25 is a Defensive Driving Course that specifically addresses the issues and situations affecting drivers between the ages of 16 and 24. The highly interactive four-hour program teaches young adults to take control - as drivers and passengers. Through real-world experiences, group discussion, interactive media segments, and even humor, DDC- Alive at 25 is a fun way to learn an important message. *Information obtained from Alive at 25 brochure
Five Locations: Please click on one of the links below to view dates, times and registration information
Upcoming Class Dates for: National Safety Council Alive at 25 class dates
Upcoming Class Dates for: Peachtree DUI & Defensive Driving School
Upcoming Class Dates for: Nathan’s Driving School, Inc.
Upcoming Class Dates for: Randall Safety Consulting, LLC
Upcoming Class Dates for: Safety 1st of Georgia, LLC
DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE INFORMATION (For Module III participants only)
Defensive Driving Course - This must be a state certified 6-8 hour course. For information on taking this course, contact the Department of Driver Services for a state certified driver improvement clinic.
TEEN VICTIM IMPACT PROGRAM
The Teen Victim Impact Program was designed with two goals in mind. To get rid of the mindset ‘It Won’t Happen To Me’ and to instill the importance of seat belt use. To register for the Teen Victim Impact Program, go to tvip.org.
Please review the Standards of Proof for acceptable documents to complete your module.
III. OUT OF STATE TLC MODULE COMPLETION:
"I AM OUT OF STATE. HOW CAN I COMPLETE THIS PROGRAM?"
Step 1: Register with the Program. Verification of out of state status will be confirmed by a TLC Coordinator.
Step 2: Once your out of state status is confirmed (for those participants that live and/or attend college out of state), complete the Alternative FYI and C=C class Assignment. For information concerning Teenage and Adult Driver Responsibility Act, please view the Governor's Office of Highway Safety Link
You will also be able to complete Alive at 25 and the MADD VIP (Victim Impact Panel) in a local county near you. Please click on the links, enter the city or zip code to locate the nearest ALIVE at 25 and MADD VIP chapters.
Module III Out of State Participants: You have an additional Defensive Driving Course to take. It must be a state certified 6-8 hour course. (Do not confuse this requirement with the ALIVE at 25 class you must attend). For information on the Defensive Driving Course, please contact the Department of Driver Services for a state certified driver improvement clinic in your area.
Please Note: As soon as registration forms are completed and faxed into the TLC office, promptly begin working on the completion of your Module Requirements. Documentation of completed requirements are to be turned in two business days before your compliance hearing (reset date). You may bring them to the TLC office or fax them. Documentation will not be accepted by TLC staff on the day of your compliance hearing. You will need to bring them to Court with you.