A number of partners and organizations are actively engaged in addressing Wisconsin's teen traffic safety impacts. Through these partnerships we are working to improve the health of Wisconsin's youth by preventing traffic-related loss. We work to educate teens ages 13-18 through:
Our approaches align with national and state initiatives. We partner with community members at the regional or local community level to implement activities around the issues most relevant to young drivers including: distracted driving, seat belt use, speeding, impaired driving, peer passengers, and the licensing process.
The Teen Driver Safety CoIIN is a national project with other states, territories, and tribal communities and a panel of injury and violence prevention advisors to increase the adoption of evidence-based policies, programs, and practices at national, state, and local levels. These resources provide an overview of the initiative.
In April 2017, Wisconsin completed work as part of Cohort 1 and are continuing with Cohort 2, which runs from May 2017 through May 2018. Resources specific to Wisconsin include:
For more information, please visit CSCoIIN or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.