New Distance Learning Course Available – Developing Data Driven Strategies to Reduce Underage Drinking

The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention’s Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center (UDETC) has announced their seventh distance learning course in a series that focuses on strategies for enforcement of underage drinking laws and preventing youth access to alcohol.   

Developing Data Driven Strategies to Reduce Underage Drinking explores potential data sources, using available data to create logic models, and developing data-driven strategies to prevent and enforce underage drinking.  Participants can receive a certificate upon completion of each course.  

 

UDETC currently has the following additional online courses available at no-cost:

  • Conducting Compliance Check Operations
  • Environmental Strategies
  • Party Prevention and Controlled Party Dispersal
  • Techniques for Managing Special Events
  • Source Investigations
  • Using Community Volunteers to Support Prevention and Enforcement of Underage Drinking

For more information, visit the Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center website:
http://www.udetc.org/

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