Tulsa World Features Two CSC Incarceration Reduction Programs

Tulsa World Features Two CSC Incarceration Reduction Programs

On Oct. 3, 2017, Tulsa World featured CSC’s CRASHs Court program in the below article written by Corey Jones, detailing the success of the program in educating high school students on the dangers of driving while distracted or impaired. CRASHs is a part of CSC’s Tulsa County COURTS Program, and stands for “Courts Raising Awareness of Students in High School.”

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Bishop Kelley sophomores watch judge sentence DUI offenders, hear former alcoholic tell tragic story of fatal crash

From Tulsa World, Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017

Additionally on Oct. 4, 2017, Tulsa World’s Tulsa Business & Legal Review featured CSC’s Youthful Drunk Driving program in the below article written by Ralph Schaeffer, outlining CSC’s Youthful Drunk Driving program which helps many young people charged with a first-time drunk driving offense to turn their life around and prevent subsequent offenses. CSC’s Youthful Drunk Driving program is a part of CSC’s Tulsa County COURTS Program. 

Learn more about CSC’s Youthful Drunk Driving program here >

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Youthful Drunk Driving program has high success rate

From Tulsa World’s Tulsa Business & Legal Review, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017

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