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State Automated Driver’s License System (SADLS). 2004 NCWISE Symposium February 24, 2004 Presenters Angela Pope-Lett Michelle Wallen Randy Whitfield. What is the SADLS system?.

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state automated driver s license system sadls

State Automated Driver’s License System(SADLS)

2004 NCWISE Symposium

February 24, 2004

Presenters

Angela Pope-Lett

Michelle Wallen

Randy Whitfield

what is the sadls system
What is the SADLS system?
  • The High School Dropout (HSDO) prevention function was created to implement North Carolina House Bill 769-GS 20-11.
    • The revocation of a student’s driving privilege will result if a student is unable to maintain adequate progress or drops out of school.
what is the sadls system3
What is the SADLS System?
  • The Lose Control-Lose License (LCLL) was created to implement North Carolina Senate Bill 57. The revocation of a student’s driving privilege will result if a student is expelled, suspended for more than 10 days or assigned to an alternative education setting for more than 10 days. For 1 of the following reasons:
    • Possession or sell of an alcoholic beverage or an illegal controlled substance on school property
    • Possession or use of on school property of a weapon or firearm
    • Physical assault of a teacher or other school personnel on school property
what is considered adequate academic progress
What is considered adequate academic progress?
  • A student must have passing grades in 70% or more of his/her classes each semester.
what is considered adequate academic progress7
What is considered adequate academic progress?
  • Block Schedule
    • If a student on a 4x4 block schedule passes two (2) courses during the first semester, their license should be revoked.
    • If the student then passes at least three (3) courses second semester the school can issue a Driver Eligibility Certificate (DEC).
what is considered adequate academic progress8
What is considered adequate academic progress?
  • Traditional School
    • A student on a six period day has passing grades in five classes the first semester, but only passes four classes for the entire year.
    • At the end of the school year, the school will send in the names of licenses to be revoked to the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
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What is considered adequate academic progress?
  • A student on the 4 x 4 block passes four (4) courses the first semester, but only passes two (2) courses the second semester. At the end of the second semester DMV will be notified and will revoke the student’s permit/license.
  • A DEC can be issued to the student:
    • At the end of summer school upon passing one course. It must be the same course the student failed.
    • At the end of the first semester of the next school year upon passing at least three classes.
what is considered adequate academic progress10
What is considered adequate academic progress?
  • How does the student get his license back?
    • At the end of the next semester upon passing 70% of their classes

or

    • They turn 18 or receive a diploma

Note: Can also attend summer school and receive the proper amount of credits

dropouts
Dropouts
  • For the purpose of this law, a dropout is a student who withdraws from school before the end of the academic year and cannot be verified to be enrolled in a approved educational setting within 30 days
state automated driver s license system
State Automated Driver’s License System
  • Acronym – SADLS
  • Partnership
    • N. C. Department of Transportation
    • Division of Motor Vehicle
    • N. C. Department of Public Instruction
    • N. C. Division of Community College System
    • Non-Public Schools
accessing the sadls system
Accessing the SADLS System
  • RACF ID Required
    • RACF is an acronym for Resource Access Control Facility
      • Pronounced ‘Rack f’
      • Always required to access the State Computer via the State Integrated Network.
      • Request must be sent in by your Site Security Officer (SSO).
      • Form Name – RACF03
      • Contact DPI Customer Response Center for a copy of the RACF03 form.
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Accessing the SADLS System
  • SADLSF01 – SADLS Authorization Form
    • Complete SADLS Authorization form and fax the request to Harry Wilson.
    • A DPI Customer Response Center consultant will review the request and fax the form to DMV.
    • Notify the customer when DMV has processed the request.
connecting to sadls to revoke a license
Connecting to SADLS to revoke a license
  • QWS3270 and Host on Demand are internet connections to the mainframe at the State Computer Center in Raleigh.
  • Log-in to multiple applications after the connection is made.
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Connecting to SADLS to revoke a license
  • QWS3270 - software package that works on a PC or MAC.
      • Downloading QWS3270 via the NCWISE website
        • URL or website address: http://www.ncwise.org
          • Click on the Software Updates link
          • Click on the Related Software link
          • Click on QWS3270 file name to download the program
      • Host on Demand: NCIH/ITS Customer Support Center
        • URL or website address http://3270.its.state.nc.us
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Connecting to SADLS to revoke a license
  • Who to Contact?
    • QWS3270 and Host on Demand
        • Not Supported by NCDPI CRC
        • NCIH/ITS Customer Response Center
        • Local: 919-981-5197
        • Outside the local area: 1-800-722-3946
suspensions and hardships
Suspensions and Hardships
  • If a suspension has been entered in error or the student has been issued a hardship waiver, the suspension can be deleted by a DPI Customer Response Center consultant.
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Suspensions and Hardships
  • Provide the following documentation to delete suspensions and hardships.
    • Submit your request on letterhead.
    • The student’s name.
    • The student’s Date of Birth.
    • Student’s social security number, if available.
    • The reason why the suspension should be deleted.
    • Fax number is (919) 807-3246
out of state
Out of State
  • The Rules
    • The out of state school/customer should send a transcript of the student's performance/ attendance to the school where the suspension was issued.
    • Or a copy of parent’s utility bill.
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Out of State
  • School will issue the Driver Eligibility Certificate and mail the DEC to the customer.
  • Notify the customer that the Driver Eligibility Certificate is valid for 30 days only.
  • Notify the customer that a $25.00 Restoration Fee is owed.
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Out of State
  • Write check payable to NCDMV and place customer number/driver license number on back of check.
  • The customer must mail the check and Driver Eligibility Certificate to:

North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles

Audit Unit

MSC #3111

Raleigh NC 27697

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Out of State
  • Audit Unit should post the $25.00 restoration fee within seven business days of receipt of mailing.
  • Once restoration fee is posted, Audit Unit will forward the DEC and supporting documents to Data Entry.
  • Data Entry unit is responsible for ending the suspension.
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Out of State
  • A status code of 3 (suspension ended) will be updated on SADLS MVD-SUSPENSION table.
  • Driver Eligibility Certificate will be filed.
  • Customers may call (919) 715-7000 to verify compliance.
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If someone under the age of 18 does not have a high school diploma from a regionally accredited high school, what must he/she do in order to qualify for a Driver Eligibility Certificate (DEC)

Enroll in a North Carolina public, private, approved home school, or community college (basic skills program leading toward a GED) and demonstrate adequate academic progress toward obtaining a high school diploma or its equivalent.

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What if a student has passed the necessary placement tests at a community college and enrolled in a curriculum program, how does he/she get a DEC?
    • Pursue a GED or high school diploma.
    • Enroll in a public, private, or approved home school and demonstrate adequate academic progress toward obtaining a high school diploma or its equivalent.
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What happens to students who leave school to attend a Community College?
    • When a student leaves a public school to attend a community college and is NOT making adequate progress at the point of withdrawal the public school should revoke that student’s driving privileges.
    • When a student leaves a public school to attend a community college and IS making adequate progress the public school should not revoke that student’s driving privileges.
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Who is responsible for issuing a DEC to a student who lives in North Carolina but attends a boarding school out of state?
    • A student who has permanent residency in North Carolina but attends a boarding school out of state shall receive a DEC from the school they would normally attend. That school may ask for the following documentation:
slide44
Proof of residency with their district.
  • Transcript or report card showing the latest semester from the school.
  • A letter on school letterhead stating the student is currently in attendance at another school.
  • A report card or transcript at the end of each semester until the child graduates-making sure the student understands that they will lose driving privileges if this is not presented at the end of each semester.
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Who can public schools issue DECs to?
    • Public schools may not issue a DEC to a student who attends any of the following: home school, private school (within NC), community college, or an out of state correspondence.
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How does DOP/LCLL affect minors who are emancipated?
    • Emancipated minors are still affected by both the Dropout Prevention and the Lose Control Lose Your License Laws.
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Is a hardship permanent?
    • Hardships should only be granted under extreme circumstances. Once a student is granted a hardship their license should not be revoked again.
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Can DMV, DPI, or the Division of Community Colleges issue DECs or grant hardships?
    • State level positions at DPI, DMV, and the Division of Community Colleges cannot grant hardships or distribute DECs to students.
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Who is responsible for charges incurred when a license is revoked in error?
    • If a school revokes a student’s license in error and the student has to have a duplicate license issued the school system is responsible for the $10.00 duplication fee.
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When should the school send the names of licenses to be revoked to the DMV?
    • A school should wait the determined time period to receive any hardship requests after notifying parents of the student’s license revocation before sending the names to the DMV.
    • It is imperative that schools revoke a student’s driving privileges immediately following the 30 day grace period post withdrawal.
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How does summer school affect students who lose their license under the DOP?
    • At the end of the school year once final grades are posted schools should send letters to parents notifying them of the suspension.
    • At the conclusion of summer school those students eligible may receive a DEC and have their license reinstated. Schools should not wait until summer school is over to turn in names of students not making adequate progress.
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What is the purpose of the DEC?
    • A DEC is used to determine if a student is maintaining adequate progress toward graduation and has not been suspended for having an illegal substance on campus or assaulting a staff member.
what we can t do
What we can’t do:
  • Grant a DEC or hardship.
  • Delete Suspensions for Parents and Students
  • Grant a minor a license if that minor never had a permit
  • Grant a minor a permit/license just because he/she or parents don’t like these laws
  • Backdate Suspensions
what we can do
What we can do:
  • Be the liaison between other agencies
  • Listen to grievances and give sympathy
additional information
Additional Information
  • Learn more about the Dropout Prevention and Lose Control Legislation
    • Go to the Healthful Living website: http://www.learnnc.org/dpi/instserv.nsf/Category5
    • Click on the arrow next to the Driver Education.
    • Click on the Dropout Prevention and Lose Control Legislation link
ncdpi customer response center
NCDPI Customer Response Center

Call: 919-807-HELP (4357)

Email: help@dpi.state.nc.us

Fax: 919-807-3246