How do I complete CATS?
To complete the CATS Program, a participant must register, pay the fee, and complete a one-hour online course. After completing the course, the County Attorney’s office will file a motion to ask the court to dismiss the citation.
Am I eligible?
Eligibility is at the discretion of the Hopkins County Attorney’s Office. Some eligible offenses may include: Speeding, Disregarding a Stop Sign, Improper Passing, Careless Driving, etc.
You are not eligible if you already paid for your ticket, signed up for State Traffic School, have a Kentucky Commercial Drivers License (CDL), completed the program within the last year, or received a citation for Speeding 26+ over.
How do I sign up?
Eligible defendants will be pre-enrolled by the County Attorney’s Office and will receive notice of enrollment in the mail, to ensure participation defendants should contact the County Attorney’s Office after receiving notice to complete registration for the program. A defendant will be removed from the program by contacting the County Attorney’s Office and electing out of the program or by paying the ticket.
If you have been charged with a violation that does not qualify for automatic enrollment but would like to request the CATS program, you can contact the office and request consideration for enrollment.