The CAPP program is a partnership between Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center, the Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS), police departments, and municipal/justice courts designed to educate families about: injury prevention, crash dynamics, types of restraints for children, and installation of child safety seats (car seats). This class is taught by certified child passenger safety technicians. The classes are open to the public and cited drivers. (Mail-in registrations are not accepted).
If you have a child safety seat, please bring it to class.
Please park in the Women's Center parking lot (parking is free). Class will be held in Auditorium B from 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
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**Please Note: Class information may have changed since this listing was added. Please click on the registration link above for full details.
Please make sure to have:
- Your vehicle that the car seat will be installed in.
- Your car manual in the vehicle in which the seat is to be installed.
- Your car seat manual.
- Your citation if you were cited.
- Your driver's license or picture ID.
If more than 10 minutes late to class you will be turned away, in compliance with the GOHS CAPP program policy. COST IS $35 PER PERSON AND YOU MUST BRING CITATION TO CLASS ALONG WITH DRIVER'S LICENSE OR PICTURE ID.
If you are in need of a car seat, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with a message stating your need and why, three days or more prior to the class. When Gina receives your message, she will submit an application on your behalf. Upon acceptance, a car seat will be ordered. In most cases, the seat will not be available in time for your class, depending on when your registration and application are received. ***
*** PLEASE NOTE: NOT EVERYONE WHO TAKES THE CLASS WILL RECEIVE A CAR SAFETY SEAT! ***
**If your citation is for 2 children and you need 2 seats, the class charge will be doubled. Please be sure to email Gina Herrera that you will need 2 seats also.**