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Counter-Strategies: A Quick Snapshot

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Counter-Strategies: A Quick Snapshot

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  1. Counter-Strategies: A Quick Snapshot PROMOTION Restricting TV advertising during prime viewing hours for children Limit sponsorship of sports and other youth-related events Counter-advertising Promote media literacy curricula in schools Restrict/ban sampling activities Stimulate planned or “news breaking” stories on meth-related law enforcement activities Develop hard hitting billboard “counter ads” similar to those in the state of Montana
  2. Counter-Strategies: A Quick Snapshot PLACE Restrict retail availability (Alcohol outlets & smoke shops) Restrict social availability for youth Give adequate zoning and licensing powers to cities & counties Restrict “special use” availability parks, beaches, cultural events, stadiums & arenas, college campuses Institute responsible beverage service programs managers & servers
  3. Counter-Strategies: A Quick Snapshot PLACE Make enforcement of current laws priority Creating incentives for problem outlets to upgrade their business practices Encouraging a greater diversity of retail stores through planning and zoning Curtail Neighborhood Drug Markets Through Citizen Surveillance Alter the Physical Environment Using Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
  4. Counter-Strategies: A Quick Snapshot PLACE Creation of city adopted Crime Free Rental Housing Programs fostering drug-free apartment environments Rental housing inspection programs Neighborhood revitalization programs Utilize civil anti-drug remedies Drug-free zones for youth
  5. Counter-Strategies: A Quick Snapshot PLACE – Institutional Policies Alcohol Merchants Age identification Server training Warning posters Incentives for checking age identification Secret shopper program Warning fliers Restricting sales to those accompanied by individuals under age 21
  6. Counter-Strategies: A Quick Snapshot PRODUCT Ingredient labeling (including alcohol content) Regulate where alcopops and other high-risk beverages can be sold Warning labels (stronger, larger) Restrict placement according to product Restrict sales of precursor pharmaceuticals/chemicals such as Sudafed License non-pharmacy retailers that sell pseudoephedrine products Restrict access to precursor chemicals such as ammonia (locks, etc)
  7. Counter-Strategies: A Quick Snapshot PRICE Raise excise taxes Regulate “happy hours” and cheap drink promotions Full cost recovery of expenses associated with cleaning up drug locations Law Enforcement at the Local Level
  8. Examples of Institutional and Public Policies on Alcohol Public Policies affecting how alcohol is sold, where it is consumed, price, social environment, enforcement mechanisms and under-age access Affecting Enforcement Mechanisms Administrative Penalties Compulsory “stings” Restricting open house assemblies Affecting Underage Access Minimum drinking age Restricting social availability Keg registration Enhancement of drivers license Restricting sales of classes of alcohol Affecting How, When and Where Alcohol is Sold Limiting hours of sale Limiting days of sale Banning home deliveries Restrictions at community events Density of alcohol outlets Restricting location of alcohol outlets Restricting types of alcohol outlets Server training Server licensing Dram shop or server liability Creating nuisance related performance standards Affecting Where and WhenAlcohol is Consumed Parks, public spaces policies Cars: open container laws Stadium restrictions Affecting the Price of Alcohol Excise taxes Restricting happy hour sales Affecting the Social Environment Mandatory warning signs Restrictions or bans on billboards Mandatory warning labels Institutional Polices that can be implemented by particular community sectors Alcohol Merchants Age identification Server training Warning posters Incentives for checking age identification Secret shopper program Warning fliers Restricting sales to those accompanied by individuals under age 21 Worksites Written policies to reduce access Restrict alcohol at work events Schools Ban alcohol on school property Ban alcohol at all school events Colleges/Universities Restrict sponsorship Prohibit beer kegs Alcohol-free dormitories Ban alcohol on campus Other Business Ban alcohol advertisements Prioritize stories about alcohol issues in internal publications Hotels/motels policies; i.e. Restrict age of room renters in hotels/motels Sport stadiums availability policies Ban alcohol advertisements Restrict sales and consumption to specific areas Limit sales to low-alcohol products Stop alcohol sales before end of event Prohibit individuals from bringing in own alcohol Law Enforcement Agencies Walk through alcohol outlets “Stings” Prioritize enforcement against adults who illegally provide alcohol to youth 9
  9. Examples of Institutional and Public Policies on Illicit Drugs Public Policies affecting how illicit drugs and related products sold, where it is consumed, price, social environment, enforcement mechanisms and under-age access Affecting Enforcement Mechanisms Support Community Policing Block watch programs in neighborhoods Multi-agency inspections of commercial and residential property Property maintenance ordinances Civil anti-drug remedies Affecting How, When and Where Drugs and Drug Related Items are Sold and Consumed Curtail Neighborhood drug markets through Citizen Surveillance Creation of city adopted Crime Free Rental Housing Programs fostering drug-free apartment environments Rental Housing Inspection programs Neighborhood revitalization programs Drug free zones for youth Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design strategies (CEPTED) Restrict smoke shops Restrict retail access to precursor chemicals Affecting Cost of Illicit Drugs and Drug Products Full cost recovery of expenses associated with cleaning up drug locations Law Enforcement Affecting the Social Environment Use of news stories on drug use and drug busts Use of hard hitting billboard counter-ads on impacts of drug use Restrict sales of drug paraphernalia and promotional items 9