Child Passenger Safety Hall of Fame

Each year the HOF committee accepts nominations into the Child Passenger Safety Hall of Fame. These outstanding child safety professionals come from all areas of Child Passenger Safety. Manufacturers, advocates, designers, researchers and many others are nominated and considered as potential members of this elite group each year.

Looking at many different factors including; Heart, Leadership, Dedication, Compassion and Impact, the committee reviews each nomination. The committee then votes on the current years inductees. Nominees that are not inducted into the current years HOF are eligible for another 5 years to be considered for induction in future years.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the requirements for induction into the CPS Hall of Fame.

Click an inductees’ name below to see their photo and CPS biography.

2018 Inductees

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2017 Inaugural Inductees

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*Posthumously

Requirements for the Legacy Category

Any person who has been active in a principal role with any Child Passenger Safety program/activities for 20 or more years will be considered a Legacy candidate. A principal role is director, chief executive officer, program coordinator, instructor/educator, technician, volunteer, designer, etc.

Former principal players that are not currently active may also be nominated as possible candidates for the Legacy Category. It is not feasible to list every possibility regarding principal role and the Legacy Category. Through the vetting process of the applications, the CPS Hall of Fame Selection Committee will examine all the credentials; however, the Committee will use 20 years as its initial benchmark and guideline to help assure the nominee qualifies for consideration in the Legacy Category. Anyone who nominates a candidate in the Legacy Category should clearly indicate, as part of the nomination letter, that the nomination is being made specifically for consideration in the Legacy Category of the CPS Hall of Fame.

Requirements for the Contemporary Category

Any person who is or has been active in a principal role with any Child Passenger Safety program/activities will be considered a contemporary candidate. A principal role is director, chief executive officer, program coordinator, instructor/educator, technician, volunteer, designer, etc. There is no minimum timeframe for participation in CPS program/activities.