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Eligibility for the 4-Hour STOP Class includes persons who:
Call the Sarpy County Safety Program at 402-593-1564 for assistance prior to registering for the STOP Class.
Prior to registering for a STOP Class, you must call the Sarpy County Attorney’s Office at 402-593-2230 to determine eligibility. If you register for a class and are not eligible to take the STOP Class, your class fee will not be refunded.
Remember to complete the class any time between when you receive your ticket and no later than 7 days prior to the court date on your ticket. Classes are available on various weeknights from 6 to 10 pm and weekend mornings and afternoons. When you register online, you first enter information regarding yourself and information off of your citation. The second page lists all the dates/times/locations based on the court date on your citation. If you register in person or by phone, we will provide you with a schedule from which you can choose a class. If registering online, and no classes are listed or the ones listed do not fit with your schedule, contact the Sarpy County Safety Program 402-593-1564 for further assistance.
Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office8335 Platteview RoadPapillion, NE
Located at the southeast corner of 84th Street and Platteview Road, Papillion.
Office hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).
When registering in person, bring the following:
If registering online or by phone, this information will be sent to you through email. Once you register, you will be given a receipt with the following information:
If a class is canceled due to deteriorating weather conditions, a cancellation notice will be posted on local television stations KETV, WOWT, and KMTV and/or their websites.