Recorded Webinar - Direct to Consumer Alcohol Sales in the Era of COVID-19: Enforcement and Policy Challenges

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This webinar is one of the New England PTTC's prevention trainings. In this webinar (recorded September 11, 2020), participants will receive a detailed overview of each of the four products in the toolkit. No continuing education is available. Contact us if you have any questions.


Course Summary: Direct to consumer alcohol sales are on the rise nationwide, especially as some states loosen or modify restrictions to allow alcohol delivery, curbside pickup and cocktails to go during the pandemic.  These models challenge traditional alcohol control policy and require creative solutions to address challenges in enforcement. This webinar will review current policies on home alcohol delivery, alcohol shipping and curbside service, challenges in enforcement and compliance. It will also provide specific examples of how compliance and enforcement can work in this environment and action steps that can be taken in your own community. This webinar will include data specific to the New England states as well as drawing from nationwide trends and examples from other regions.

Presented by Cassandra Greisen of the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association, Carrie Christofes of the National Liquor Law Enforcement Agency, and Matthew Stemple of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety Alcohol Law Enforcement Division


Link to view the recorded webinar (recorded on September 11, 2020).

No continuing education is available. 


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