Defensive Driving Class
Alive at 25—What It Is
Alive at 25 is a FREE defensive driving class designed by the National Safety Council and taught by law enforcement officers with the goal of lowering teen/young adult automobile crashes. It is a 4½-hour class for drivers between the ages of 15 and 24. It takes place in a classroom setting and includes instructional videos, a workbook, and class discussion.
You do not need to have a learner permit or driver’s license to take the class.
If you have received a traffic ticket/citation by a police officer and meet the age requirements, you have the POSSIBILITY of receiving a reduction or dismissal of your charge upon successful completion of the class
What You Need to Know
Taking the class does NOT guarantee your ticket will be reduced or dismissed. The prosecutor in your case will make that decision on the circumstances of your ticket and your driving history.
An Alive at 25 reduction or dismissal is based on successful completion of the class may only be granted once.
All available courses are listed on the Alive at 25 website along with dates, times, locations, and how many seats are available.
You must register for the course through the official Alive at 25 website prior to the start of the class.
We reserve the right to cancel a course due to low enrollment, weather, or unforeseen emergencies. If your course is cancelled you will be notified by the instructor via email and/or text message. You will have the opportunity to enroll in another class.
You are welcome to contact the Pocatello Police Alive at 25 instructors with any questions.
Ofc. Kristen Matthews
Ofc. Kevin Nielsen