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UPDATES FROM THE FIELD
Current Use of Underage Alcohol Compliance Checks by Enforcement Agencies in the United States


Compliance checks conducted by law enforcement agents can significantly reduce the likelihood of illegal alcohol sales to underage individuals, but these checks need to be conducted using optimal methods to maintain effectiveness.
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INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO REDUCING UNDERAGE DRINKING IN STATES
New Campaign Targets Parents Who Give Alcohol to Teens


The new campaign between the Utah County Sheriff's Office, SMART (Substance Misuse and Abuse Reduction Team) Utah County Coalition, and ParentsEmpowered.org is designed to raise awareness of the dangers of underage drinking, what parents can do to keep their kids alcohol-free, and what consequences apply to adults who provide alcohol to underage kids.
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SUCCESS STORY - MAINE
Maine's State Assessment, Strategic Planning and Implementation Initiative Assessment Process Yields Sustainable Enhancements and Strengthens Success


In 2010, Maine was one of three states selected as a participant in the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's (OJJDP) Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL) State Assessment, Strategic Planning and Implementation Initiative (SASPII) discretionary grant project.
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UPDATES FROM THE FIELD
Alcohol Use, Binge Drinking Continues To Fall Among Underage, Report Finds


A new government report found that both drinking and binge drinking among young people fell significantly between 2002 and 2013.
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INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO REDUCING UNDERAGE DRINKING IN STATES
Enforced Rules and Regulations to Serve or Sell Alcohol on Guam


A liquor license is no longer enough for vendors and alcohol service providers.
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UDETC NATIONAL WEBINAR
July 14, 2015
Looking Back at the Sustainability of EUDL Success Stories


This webinar will look back at two Success Stories and ask, "What has happened since then? Has the success continued and become the catalyst for further change? Has the success lead to additional collaborations or policy change? Have they been able to sustain their success or has it run into challenges requiring innovative solutions?" Their experiences may offer valuable insights that can benefit others to sustain EUDL gains moving forward.
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