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TABC Link Directory

TABC Today Newsletter
TABC Today is an external publication that is published three times a year and contains information about TABC activities, laws, and other pertinent news concerning the alcoholic beverage industry. See here

TABC Training

TABC Trainer Newsletter
Training Together is the Newsletter for all seller/server training schools/programs. It contains information about the TABC Seller Training Section, changes in the laws, and general topics of interest to the schools/programs. See here .

Underage Drinking Parent Tip Sheet
A one-page tip sheet on preventing underage drinking is also available. Click here - PDF 178KB

Alcohol Bills
The 79th Texas Legislative session ended on May 30. A list of all alcohol-related bills filed by your State Senator or State Representative, signed into law and awaiting Governor Perry's signature can be found in the
TSN 2005 Legislative Session section
Underage Drinking
Teenagers have little to no awareness about Zero Tolerance laws.— National Highway Traffic Safety Administration , "Volume I: Summary Report National Survey of Drinking and Driving," 2003

About 71 percent of secondary students in 2002 said that it was very or somewhat easy to get alcohol if they wanted some.—Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: “ Texas School Survey of Substance Use Among Students: Grades 7-12, 2002 .

More than 9 percent of all secondary students said they had attended class while drunk at least once during the past school year.—Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: “ Texas School Survey of Substance Use Among Students: Grades 7-12, 2002 .

On average, young people who drink alcohol begin drinking at 13.1 years of age, long before the legal age of 21.— United States Department of Health and Human Services , National Household Survey, 1998.
Drinking and Driving
The risk of a teenager being involved in a crash when they drink alcohol is much higher than that of an adult. —Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, "Beginning Teen Drivers ," March 27, 2003.

The decision to drive after drinking or ride with someone who has been drinking appears to be related to teens' perception of their ability to control the situation, how likely they think it is that they will be caught, and how common they think the behavior is among their peers. Most teens surveyed said that they would choose drinking and driving rather than appear irresponsible in front of their parents.—"Why do they do it? A qualitative study of adolescent drinking and driving. Substance Use & Misuse . 2003.

Almost 16% of high school students reported driving after drinking and 40% reported riding with a drinking driver in the past month.—Texas Department of Health, " Texas Youth Risk Behavior Survey ," October 2002

Between 22 and 25 percent of Texas high school seniors reported driving a car after drinking a considerable amount at least once in the past year.—Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: “ Texas School Survey of Substance Use Among Students: Grades 7-12, 2002 .

Texas leads the nation in alcohol-related crash deaths among 15 to 20 year olds. In 2000, almost half of the fatal car crashes among 15 to 20 year olds were alcohol-related— National Highway Traffic Safety Administration , Traffic Safety Facts 2001.

Texas leads the nation in the rate of alcohol-related traffic deaths among 15 to 20 year-olds.—National Center for Statistics and Analysis: “Alcohol Crash Data Report: 1990-1999.”

TABC Links

TABC - Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
Texas Legislature Web Site
If you want to learn more about a particular bill, visit the Texas Legislature Web site, where you can type in a bill number for additional information.
Texas Department of Public Safety - Information on breath alcohol testing by Texas Department of Public Safety with link to related Texas Penal Code.
Alcohol & Drug Abuse - Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Alcoholics Anonymous - Alcoholics Anonymous Home Page
Family Crisis Centers - Complete contact information on family crisis centers, shelters and counseling services for victims of domestic violence.
MADD - Mothers Against Drunk Driving Home Page
MapQuest - Get driving directions to our class locations here!

Underage Drinking Links

Alcohol & Drug Resource Center - Texas State University

Alcohol Free Kids
Alcohol Safety Network
Alliance on Underage Drinking
Center for Safe Communities and Schools/DARE America
The Council on Alcohol and Drugs Houston
Denton County Juvenile Impact Program
DrugFree Greenville
Greater Dallas Council on Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Kids Safety Society Coalition
Partners for Prevention
Save the Children
Smart Start
Texas Association of Substance Abuse Programs
Texans Standing Tall
Too Smart to Start
Travis County Underage Drinking Prevention Program on Program

Texas Law Enforcement Links

Combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas (CLEAT)
Sheriff's Association of Texas
Texas Association of School District Police
Texas Department of Public Safety Officers Association
Texas Municipal Police Association
Texas Police Chiefs Association
Texas State Troopers Association



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