2012 Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Seminar:
Alcohol Policy that Supports Safe, Healthy Communities
Both experienced community leaders & new advocates will benefit from this one-day session outlines the proven policies and practices Wisconsin communities can implement to reduce alcohol related disorder, harm and expense in their community.
Mark your Calendars!
September 13, 2012
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
1001 Amber Avenue
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Registration Fee: $75 (includes materials, lunch & breaks)
Click HERE to download a copy of the Conference Flyer.
On-Line Registration for the Summit is closed. You can register onsite at the Holiday Inn, but you will not be guaranteed meals or materials.
A block of rooms is being held at the Holiday Inn Stevens Point Convention Center through August 13, 2012. To make individual reservations call the Holiday Inn at 715-344-0200 and make sure to reference the Alcohol Policy Seminar to get the conference rate of $70. Tax will be applied unless Tax Exempt Information is provided. Room rates will increase after August 13.
General Session Speakers
- Outlet Density-Beyond the Basics
- Wisconsin's Alcohol Policy Framework
- Working with Local Community Festivals to Reduce Underage and Binge Drinking
- Implementing Multiple Policies & Practices to Reduce Alcohol Problems in a Campus Community
- Alcohol Licensing in Wisconsin: Local Responsibility, Local Opportunity
- What Makes an Effective Social Host Ordinance
- Eau Claire's Neighborhood Bar Walk: Leveraging Awareness into Action
- Sworn Complaints: You Can Do Something About Problem Licensees
Click HERE to print the schedule.
If you are not pre-registered, you can click HERE to download and print a registration form. Please bring the form with you on September 13 and your registration will be handled as a walk-in.
The Alcohol Policy Summit has been approved for six (6) Continuing Legal Credits (CLEs). For more information visit the Wisconsin Court System Continuing Legal Education web page
The Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Seminar is supported by the University of Wisconsin - Law School, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Safety and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.