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  July 2014
UPDATES FROM THE FIELD
Minimum Legal Drinking Age Shown to Save Lives


Research affirms the effectiveness of the age 21 minimum drinking age.
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INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO REDUCING UNDERAGE DRINKING IN STATES
New York Senate Passes Bill to Ban Powdered Alcohol


Palcohol, a powdered substance that when mixed with of water or other liquids creates an alcoholic beverage, has been greeted with a controversial reaction since it was unveiled earlier this year.
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UDETC JUDICIAL WEBINAR
What Judges Should Know About Youth Treatment for Alcohol Related Problems


Date: Monday, July 14, 2014
Time: 3:00-4:00 pm eastern
Youth offenders in the criminal justice system who are charged with crimes related to alcohol use can be sentenced to participate in some form of treatment for alcohol problems.
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UDETC SUCCESS STORY - SOUTH CAROLINA
South Carolina's Alcohol Enforcement Teams (AET) Lead the Way in Reducing Youth Access to Alcohol


Since the first statewide Alcohol Enforcement Team (AET) training in October 2007, the Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center (UDETC) has worked closely with the EUDL State Coordinator/AET Coordinator and statewide AET Liaison to deliver instructor training to a cadre of hand selected law enforcement professionals willing to use the skills learned to deliver local trainings across the state.
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COMING SOON!
NEW DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE
Using Community Volunteers to Support Prevention and Enforcement of Underage Drinking


This new two-hour course explores the recruitment, selection, training, utilization, and management of community volunteers that support the prevention and enforcement strategies focused on underage drinking.
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LEGAL CASE
"How Long is too Long for Police to Wait?"


On April 29, 2014, the Court of Appeals of Indiana rendered their opinion in the matter of JK v State, Ind: Court of Appeals 2014 - JK (the Court identifies a juvenile in a proceeding by using the initials of the youth) appeals the juvenile court's adjudication of JK as a delinquent based on acts of illegal possession of alcohol, illegal consumption of alcohol, and aiding illegal consumption of alcohol.
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