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Policy Briefing 01: Model Social Host Liability Ordinance: With Legal Commentary and Resources

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James F. Mosher, J.D., Stacy Saetta, J.D., Center for the Study of Law and Enforcement Policy; Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation
2005
As part of its county-wide initiative to reduce underage and dangerous drinking, including the serious and persistent problems associated with home drinking parties, the Ventura County Behavioral Health Department, in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Law and Enforcement Policy (CSLEP) of the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), has developed this publication to aid local governments and other community agencies in the formulation of effective prevention policies. The model ordinance and commentary were designed to address communities of diverse settings and needs. They also take into consideration various concerns of municipalities with respect to effectively deterring loud, unruly or dangerous parties in private settings, using clear explanations of the different types of Social Host Liability.
TAGS: Youth, Parents, Legislation
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