Don’t be a social host
The Social Host Ordinances adopted by the cities of Kennesaw and Austell, as well as Unincorporated Cobb County, supports local law enforcement efforts to provide appropriate penalties to those persons hosting or allowing events on private property where persons under 21 possess or consume alcohol, regardless of who provided the…..
1st Prevention Champion
We are proud to announce the Cobb County Commission on Children and Youth (CCCCY) as our 1st Prevention Champion! At our recent general meeting CCCCY presented CAT with a check to be used to support the Youth Councils upcoming Bake Off in October. Pat Giuliani, Chair of CAT, Shelly Hill, Chair…..
Please take our social host survey
The Cobb Alcohol Taskforce is currently conducting a community survey to help show your community leaders how much you and thousands of other residents support the establishment of a Social Host Ordinance. This is a short survey, where participants will be polled regarding the extent of their background knowledge about Social Hosting. The survey is available online here >> https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LXS7T5S…..
Youth Council to Show Appreciation to Law Enforcement Partners
Middle and high school aged youth members of the Cobb Alcohol Taskforce Youth Council will be baking and delivering baked goods and thank you notes to law enforcement agency locations around Cobb County on Sunday, October 5, 2014 as part of Public Safety Appreciation Week. Youth leaders want to express gratitude for all…..
Why should law enforcement partner to reduce underage and youth binge drinking?
Alcohol is the number one drug of choice among children and adolescents and 50 percent of criminal cases in the juvenile justice system involve alcohol. With such startling facts it’s imperative that law enforcement officers partner to reduce underage and youth binge drinking. Over the last 30 years there has…..