Review driver's record to recommend revocation or reinstatement of license.
What does a Driver's License Reviewing Officer do?
Evaluates traffic record and other aspects of driver’s attitude and behavior to recommend suspension, revocation, or reinstatement of state operator’s license: Reviews written record of driver, considering applicable laws and factors, such as number and nature of accidents, interval between accidents or convictions, driver’s occupation, and number and gravity of traffic convictions, to evaluate driver’s attitude and determine probability of repeated offenses. Recommends probation, suspension, or revocation of license, following rules, regulations, and policies of agency. Conducts hearings at request of persons whose licenses have been suspended or revoked to receive testimony and facts bearing on action. Receives petitions for reinstatement of licenses and approves or disapproves petitions according to evaluation of all pertinent facts. Confers with police and court officials to compile information, facilitate location or punishment of violators, and promote traffic safety. May allocate points for accidents or convictions and mail warnings to violators facing automatic penalties.