National Electronic Seminar:
Maximizing Today’s Technology to Reduce Underage Drinking

National Electronic Seminar:

Maximizing Today’s Technology to Reduce Underage Drinking

Date: Thursday, December 20, 2012

Time: 3:00-4:15pm eastern

Speakers:

Kathy Bartosz, State EUDL Coordinator, NV

Officer John Schutt, Las Vegas Police Department, NV

Jared Olson, Traffic Safety Prosecutor, Boise, ID

Everywhere we look, technology is being leveraged to make our lives move faster and more efficiently. For many adults it can be a challenge keeping up with the rapidly changing demands and capabilities of the modern electronics age. So just how DO we best use the power of today’s technology to support our efforts to reduce youth access to alcohol?

Nevada State EUDL Coordinator Kathy Bartosz and Officer John Schutt will provide an overview of how geographic information system (GIS) mapping of outlet density and crime helped the Las Vegas PD focus their EUDL enforcement efforts in hotspot areas of the city, resulting in improved compliance by alcohol retailers from 78% to 98%; and achieved an overall reduction in crime by 29%, as well as property crime reduced by 12%.

Traffic Safety Prosecutor Jared Olson will discuss how social networking platforms can be used to develop local intelligence regarding underage drinking events and a serve as a foundation for preventative action. Webinar registrants will learn how using today’s technology, to include GIS mapping and social networking platforms, provides them a means to strategically deploy resources.

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National Electronic Seminar:
Maximizing Today’s Technology to Reduce Underage Drinking
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