The California Office of Traffic Safety and the California Highway Patrol underwrite a very special drunk driving awareness program targeting high school teens. “Every 15 Minutes” refers to how frequently during a typical school day a teenage driver or passenger is killed because of alcohol mixed with driving. An essential part of the program is the crash scene re-enactment staged at the campus and the subsequent videotape shown at assembly the next day. In 2009, the Rohnert Park Police Department asked us to produce the Rancho Cotate High School Every 15 Minutes video. Neighboring Santa Rosa’s Police Department saw the video, and have requested our services to produce videos for all 5 of their public high schools since then.
We are pleased and honored to help make a difference in the lives of our local teens, and present the most recent Rancho Cotate High video below for your enjoyment. Warning: contains graphic images designed to simulate the consequences of a fatal drunk driving accident.