Seat Belt Selfie

Criminal Justice knows to wear a seat belt!

Seat Belt Selfie

Seat Belt Selfie

Criminal Justice knows to wear a seat belt!

DUI Awareness Booth at Taco Festival

We had some students and their families work a DUI/Distracted Driving Booth with the Dillard Family from the Christmas Day Crash that killed their son, Dustin and daughter-in-law, Brittany when a drunk driving hit them head on. Brittany was a teacher at Walker Valley High School. We talked to festival goers about the dangers of driving impaired and distracted, handed out Choices Matter wristbands and encouraged people to take the Safe Driving Pledge and The I Will Not Be Silent Promise.

Safe driving pledge Chris hutt

24/7 movement pledge

I Will Not Be Silent Promise

Students were challenged to make “The I Will Not Be Silent Promise” by speaking up and showing that we care about the lives of our friends, family members, and even strangers. By standing up, we save lives. We speak up and stand up by saying and doing all we can to prevent someone from driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol… or by keeping them from using their phone when driving, offering to send a text, find music or look something up for them as a passenger.

Impairment Station Connect 4

Students manned and participated in the Connect 4 Impairment Station during a recent festival. One participant played without impairment goggles and the other participant played with impaired goggles w/blood alcohol content of .08 to .15. We talked to them about the effects of impairment, including short-term memory and problem-solving impairment, on completing simple tasks, especially as compared to a sober participant.

Dies Steering Wheel and Curved Road Simulation Activity

Students manned the Dies Steering Wheel and Curved Road Activity. Participants drove the road w/out fatal vision goggles on and then with fatal vision goggles on at the Chattanooga Taco Festival. Many students, adults and children completed the activity as we talked to them about their experience and the blood alcohol level of the goggles. We also talked about the zero-tolerance law.

Walk The Line

Our students assisted The 24/7 Movement by manning the Walk The Line Goggle Simulation at the Chattanooga Taco Festival. Approx. 20 High School students and 30 adults went through the activity as we talked to them about their experience and the blood alcohol level of the goggles. We also talked about the zero-tolerance law.