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Frequently Asked Questions


Who is the Missouri Safety Center?
What do you do?
Where are you located?
How do I enroll in a course/program/conference?
Is there a dress code for taking these courses?
How do I contact your staff?
What does the Missouri Safety Center offer?
Is the Missouri Driver’s Guide available on line?
How do I obtain a Missouri driver’s license?
How can I find out about Missouri’s Graduated Driver License Law?
Where are the Highway Patrol Examination Stations?
What are the Highway Safety Instructional Park’s hours of operation?
I am interested in law enforcement training, what do you offer?
Can anyone drive on your facility?
How will I know if a class gets cancelled due to weather?
How will I know if my enrollment is confirmed?
What are the lodging options in Warrensburg?


Who is the Missouri Safety Center?

The Commission on Higher Education in collaboration with the Governor’s Traffic Safety Coordinating Committee established the Missouri Safety Center on July 1, 1967. The Center is an organization, dedicated to injury prevention specifically in the area of highway and traffic safety. It draws together State and local agencies, business and industry, safety professionals, University personnel and the public-at-large in efforts to reduce deaths and injuries on Missouri’s highways. Center activities include programs of instruction, research, publications, public information, as well as, conferences and special services. Top


What do you do?

The Center utilizes a staff of specialists offering programs including but not limited to; beginner and advanced driver education, breath alcohol instrument training and maintenance, commercial vehicle license examiner training, crash investigation and reconstruction, motorcycle safety, pupil transportation, sobriety checkpoint supervision, standard field sobriety testing, traffic safety observational surveys and several other courses and services. The Center is also an approved provider for the Missouri Department of Public Safety’s, Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) program. Top


Where are you located?

Administrative Offices
The Center’s administrative offices are housed on the spacious and beautiful campus of the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri. The Center’s suite of offices are located in the Humphrey’s building (Suite 200) directly on the quadrangle of the main campus.
Training Complex
The Missouri Safety Center’s Highway Safety Instructional Park and Marshall Building are located at 1200 South Holden Street (on the southern portion of UCM’s campus).


How do I enroll in a course/program/conference?

Depending on what you are enrolling in – there are options at the bottom of each specific course, program, or conference web page for enrollment options. Typically you have the option to enroll on-line or download, print, fill out and return (fax or mail) an enrollment form, or call our main office at 800-801-3588. Please ensure that you are using the proper form or process for the function of interest. “One form does not fit all!” Top


Is there a dress code for taking these courses?

Missouri Safety Center student attire must reflect our philosophy of maintaining an orderly and professional training environment. This policy is intended to define appropriate “student attire.” While it is understood that student comfort has a positive influence on learning, the lack of common sense and poor judgment in selecting proper attire can just as easily have a negative impact. Special attire may be required for specific courses and a list of courses and attire will be provided. Classes conducted outside during temperature extremes may be allowed exceptions. Enforcement is the responsibility of all MSC staff and trainers, as well as each student and guest. Special activities like group tours or use of the facility for non-Safety Center related activities may be exempt from this standard. Top
The following defines appropriate student attire but may not include all possibilities. Instructors have final decision making authority:

PANTS / DRESSES

  • Appropriate: long slacks, blue jeans or lady’s capris-pants, standard dresses and skirts
  • Inappropriate: mini-skirts, shorts, cut-offs or pants with rips, tears, or holes
  • Exception – shorts may be allowed in classes with outdoor activities held during the summer months only

SHIRTS / TOPS

  • Appropriate: collared shirts or blouses, sweaters, sweatshirts and t-shirt
  • Inappropriate: sleeveless shirts, tank-tops or revealing sheer tops

FOOTWARE

  • Appropriate: tennis shoes, casual shoes, dress shoes and boot
  • Inappropriate: flip flops, sandals, or extremely high heels

HATS

  • Appropriate: during outdoor activities
  • Inappropriate: in the classroom

GRAPHICS and IMPRINTS

  • Inappropriate: graphics that make reference to or include drugs, alcohol, obscenity, or profanity

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How do I contact your staff?

Click link for email: Missouri Safety Center Staff List
All staff receive their U.S. mail at the following address:
Missouri Safety Center
Attn: (Staff Name)
UCM Humphrey Building, Suite 200
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Or you can call 1-800-801-3588, the Missouri Safety Center’s toll-free informational number or visit our Staff page for a complete list of the staff’s individual contact information. Top


What does the Missouri Safety Center offer?

We offer training, information and services on highway safety, traffic safety and other related topics. Top


Is the Missouri Driver’s Guide available on line?

Yes, the Missouri Driver’s Guide is available on Missouri’s Department of Revenue site. The site has on-line guides for young drivers, school bus drivers, commercial drivers and motorcycle operators. Top


How do I obtain a Missouri driver’s license?

Missouri Driver’s License
Commercial Driver’s License on-line manual go to
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How can I find out about Missouri’s Graduated Driver License Law?

Please visit the Missouri Department of Revenue’s website for this information. Top


Where are the Highway Patrol Examination Stations?

The list of MSHP examination stations are available online. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view this page. The reader is free. Visit the Adobe site to download. Top


What are the Highway Safety Instructional Park’s hours of operation?

Typically, they are Monday through Friday 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM unless otherwise notified. Top


I am interested in law enforcement training, what do you offer?

The best source for that information is our Law Enforcement Training page. Top


Can anyone drive on your facility?

Unfortunately, no. The only people and vehicles that are allowed on the facility are those participating in an on-going training program. Top


How will I know if a class gets cancelled due to weather?

If you enrolled electronically, you will receive an email notification. However, our website has a link for up-to-date cancellation notices Cancellation/Reschedule Notices. Top


How will I know if my enrollment is confirmed?

Once you have enrolled in any function the MSC offers you will receive a letter of confirmation and, if you enrolled on-line, you will also receive an e-mail confirmation. Top

What are the lodging options in Warrensburg?

The following list has been compiled as a service for our customers. The MSC does not endorse any one place of lodging over another. Any hotel/motel not listed is an oversight and unintentional. Click(s) link below for lodging website. Top

Name

Address

Phone

Comfort Inn

609 E Russell, Warrensburg 660-429-4848
webb_house_logo 905 S. Holden St, Warrensburg
www.ucmowebbhouse.com
(A UCM housing facility for junior/senior or non-traditional & temporary students)  Please mention Law Enforcement Status when reserving a room.

 

660-864-4986

204 E Cleveland, Warrensburg 660-429-2400

econo_lodge

2340 W Irish Lane, Knob Noster
(10 miles East of Warrensburg)
660-563-3000
 Holiday Inn 626 E. Russell Ave, Warrensburg 660-747-3000

Reservations:
877-298-2066

 

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