Commissioner Sean Tindell and the Mississippi Department of Public Safety’s Driver Service Bureau recently announced the “Skip the Line” program, designed to reduce wait time at Driver Service Bureaus.
Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves said, “It just didn’t work right for the people of Mississippi. It was frustrating, confusing and slow. Today, we’re announcing some new efforts to change that. It will help Mississippians to skip the line and get in and out quickly. That helps with COVID-19 safety. It’s also just better. It treats the people of Mississippi the way they deserve to be treated with respect for your time and wise use of your tax dollars. I’m grateful to Commissioner Tindell and everyone who has worked diligently on this effort.”
Newly appointed Public Safety Commissioner Sean Tindell said, “We are committed to reducing the lines at our Driver Service Bureaus. Shortly after taking office, we identified several redundancies in our processes related to renewals of driver’s licenses and firearm permits. We have worked diligently to remove these redundancies, resulting in reduced processing times for customers.”
The program includes several new components to reduce customer wait times.