Infraction Diversion Program Eligibility
Think you might be eligible?
If you did not receive an invitation to participate in the Infraction Diversion Program and you think you might be eligible, call or email the Program Director for more information.
A driver must meet all of the requirements listed below:
- no more than three convictions for moving traffic violations in the past five years;
- no convictions for any major moving violations within 10 years, such as Operating While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, Driving While Suspended, or Leaving the Scene of an Accident; unless agreed to by the deputy prosecuting attorney.
- no convictions for 8 point offenses such as Driving While Suspended Prior, Failure to Yield to an Emergency Vehicle, or Speed Contest; unless agreed to by the deputy prosecuting attorney.
- the current charge is for a moving traffic violation other than speeding 25+ mph over the limit, any offense involving an accident, passing a school bus when loading or unloading, failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, or any other 8-point offenses (as designated an by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles).
- hold a valid operator’s license; Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDLs) are not eligible.
The following moving traffic violations are NOT eligible for the Infraction Diversion Program:
- Speeding 25+ mph over the limit
- Any offense involving an accident
- Passing a school bus when loading or unloading
- Failing to yield to an emergency vehicle
- Or any other eight-point offense (as designated an by the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles).
Eligibility is at the complete discretion of the Monroe County Prosecutor and his representatives – any driver may be made ineligible for any reason by the Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney.
If you hold a valid driver’s license and meet the requirements of the Infraction Diversion Program, you may apply for the program here.
* To obtain your CASE NUMBER for filling out the IDP form or paying online, click here. Use the dropdown menu to select “Monroe County.” Click “Criminal & Citation Case Records.” Then select “Defendant” from the dropdown and search for yourself by using your name.