There is no designated "traffic school" for the Kansas City area.  Nationally, many communities will offer traffic ticket amendments on the condition that the traffic violator go to traffic school.  The reality in the Kansas City area is that most people who have a traffic ticket will not have to go to traffic school or complete any kind of class in order to have their traffic citation reduced to a lesser offense.
Traffic School
A Note on Online Traffic School
I have many clients who ask if they can complete their required traffic education course online.  The short answer is no.  Unfortunately, I don't believe there is a single jurisdiction in the Kansas City metro area that will allow a traffic defendant to complete their required class online.


Agencies Offering "Traffic School" or Driver Education in the Kansas City Area

There are many agencies that offer education courses in relation to traffic and criminal offenses in the Kansas City area.  These agencies have their own procedures and fees, so call ahead if you have been told you need a certain class.

Safety and Health Council of Western Missouri and Kansas
Chapter National Safety Council
Most Relevant classes:   Alive at 25;  Driver Improvement Program;  Defensive Driving Program
Website
Phone: 816-842-5223
SATOP Class Providers

The Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program is a class that is required by the State of Missouri for drivers with drug and alcohol convictions.  This class must usually be taken before your driver license can be reinstated.  Click here for other SATOP providers listed with the Missouri Department of Revenue. 

Central States Mental Health Consultants
Blue Springs - (816) 224-4417
Lee’s Summit  - (816) 525-2021

Dismas House of Kansas City, Inc
(816) 531-6050
www.dismashousekc.com

Kansas City Community Center
Independence - (816) 836-3677
www.kccommunityctr.org

Kansas City Corrective Training
(816) 753-5818
www.kcct3100@aol.com

Liberty Preferred Family Healthcare
(816) 407-1754
www.pfh.org
Midwest ADP
Blue Springs - (816) 228-5218
Gladstone - (816) 468-6688
Independence - (816) 836-2220
Kansas City - (816) 221-8268
Lee’s Summit - (816) 347-1550

Northland Dependency Services
Excelsior Springs - (816) 630-6366
Liberty - (816) 781-8999
Kansas City - (816) 472-4637

Swope Health Services
(816) 929-2608
www.swopehealth.org
The people who most frequently have to take some sort of class in relation to their traffic ticket are those who receive a ticket and are under the age of 21, those who have a ticket for excessive speed, or those with alcohol related offenses.

Don't worry about taking any kind of class or going to traffic school, until your attorney has told you that you need to.  Your lawyer will advise you on what class to take and what agency to take it through.
Traffic School
There is no designated "traffic school" for the Kansas City area. 
Nationally, many communities will offer traffic ticket amendments on the
condition that the traffic violator go to traffic school.  The reality in the
Kansas City area is that most people who have a traffic ticket will not have
to go to traffic school or complete any kind of class in order to have their
traffic citation reduced to a lesser offense. 

The people who most frequently have to take some sort of class in relation
to their traffic ticket are those who receive a ticket and are under the age of
21, those who have a ticket for excessive speed, or those with alcohol
related offenses.

Don't worry about taking any kind of class or going to traffic school, until
your attorney has told you that you need to.  Your lawyer will advise you on
what class to take and what agency to take it through.
A Note on Online Traffic School
I have many clients who ask if they can complete their required traffic education course online.  The short answer is no.  Unfortunately, I don't believe there is a single jurisdiction in the Kansas City metro area that will allow a traffic defendant to complete their required class online.


Agencies Offering "Traffic School" or Driver Education in the Kansas City Area

There are many agencies that offer education courses in relation to traffic and criminal offenses in the Kansas City area.  These agencies have their own procedures and fees, so call ahead if you have been told you need a certain class.

Safety and Health Council of Western Missouri and Kansas
Chapter National Safety Council
Most Relevant classes:   Alive at 25;  Driver Improvement Program;  Defensive Driving Program
Website
Phone: 816-842-5223
SATOP Class Providers

The Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program is a class that is required by the State of Missouri for drivers with drug and alcohol convictions.  This class must usually be taken before your driver license can be reinstated.  Click here for other SATOP providers listed with the Missouri Department of Revenue. 

Central States Mental Health Consultants
Blue Springs - (816) 224-4417
Lee’s Summit  - (816) 525-2021

Dismas House of Kansas City, Inc
(816) 531-6050
www.dismashousekc.com

Kansas City Community Center
Independence - (816) 836-3677
www.kccommunityctr.org

Kansas City Corrective Training
(816) 753-5818
www.kcct3100@aol.com

Liberty Preferred Family Healthcare
(816) 407-1754
www.pfh.org
Midwest ADP
Blue Springs - (816) 228-5218
Gladstone - (816) 468-6688
Independence - (816) 836-2220
Kansas City - (816) 221-8268
Lee’s Summit - (816) 347-1550

Northland Dependency Services
Excelsior Springs - (816) 630-6366
Liberty - (816) 781-8999
Kansas City - (816) 472-4637

Swope Health Services
(816) 929-2608
www.swopehealth.org
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Midwest ADP
Blue Springs - (816) 228-5218
Gladstone - (816) 468-6688
Independence - (816) 836-2220
Kansas City - (816) 221-8268
Lee’s Summit - (816) 347-1550

Northland Dependency Services
Excelsior Springs - (816) 630-6366
Liberty - (816) 781-8999
Kansas City - (816) 472-4637

Swope Health Services
(816) 929-2608
www.swopehealth.org
Traffic School
SATOP Class Providers

The Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program is a class that is required by the State of Missouri for drivers with drug and alcohol convictions.  This class must usually be taken before your driver license can be reinstated.  Click here for other SATOP providers listed with the Missouri Department of Revenue. 

Central States Mental Health Consultants
Blue Springs - (816) 224-4417
Lee’s Summit  - (816) 525-2021

Dismas House of Kansas City, Inc
(816) 531-6050
www.dismashousekc.com

Kansas City Community Center
Independence - (816) 836-3677
www.kccommunityctr.org

Kansas City Corrective Training
(816) 753-5818
www.kcct3100@aol.com

Liberty Preferred Family Healthcare
(816) 407-1754
www.pfh.org
A Note on Online Traffic School
I have many clients who ask if they can complete their required traffic education course online.  The short answer is no.  Unfortunately, I don't believe there is a single jurisdiction in the Kansas City metro area that will allow a traffic defendant to complete their required class online.


Agencies Offering "Traffic School" or Driver Education in the Kansas City Area

There are many agencies that offer education courses in relation to traffic and criminal offenses in the Kansas City area.  These agencies have their own procedures and fees, so call ahead if you have been told you need a certain class.

Safety and Health Council of Western Missouri and Kansas
Chapter National Safety Council
Most Relevant classes:   Alive at 25;  Driver Improvement Program;  Defensive Driving Program
Website
Phone: 816-842-5223
area is that most people who have a traffic ticket will not have to go to traffic school or complete any kind of class in order to have their traffic citation reduced to a lesser offense. 

The people who most frequently have to take some sort of class in relation to their traffic ticket are those who receive a ticket and are under the age of 21, those who have a ticket for excessive speed, or those with alcohol related offenses.

Don't worry about taking any kind of class or going to traffic school, until your attorney has told you that you need to.  Your lawyer will advise you on what class to take and what agency to take it through.
There is no designated "traffic school" for the Kansas City area.  Nationally, many communities will offer traffic ticket amendments on the condition that the traffic violator go to traffic  school.  The reality in the Kansas City
Connect to Melisa Ludeman on LinkedIn
Traffic Attorney on Google+
Ludeman Law Firm Blog on WordPress
Traffic Ticket Lawyer on Avvo
Traffic Ticket Lawyer on Facebook