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    • A partnership with local business, schools and other agencies: reducing underage alcohol abuse. Cambridgeshire’s Experience
    • Would you sell?
    • Traditional Enforcement Back Ground Level of Sales 58% Zero Tolerance Enforcement 29% Think 21 15% TUSAC 2007 1 out of 39 premises Alcohol 08/09 12%
    • Problems… Most retailers not criminals Balding survey Youthoria survey Reducing sales ≠ reduced consumption
    • Our objectives Deliver cultural change within Cambridgeshire Reduction in harm to society and victims (including young drinkers) Challenge and change public perceptions
    • Drivers Barriers Deliver better Silo nature of public outcomes sector High priority Police performance measures etc More effective use of resources Range of organisations with Pressure from interest – no clear communities and lead business Funding
    • Community Alcohol Partnership – the St Neots Pilot Partnership Engagement
    • Key partners Retailers Local Authorities Schools Police Community Media
    • CAP approaches Pu blic p tion er c uca ept Ed ion Enforcement Improving Services
    • Achievement and effectiveness Litter Crime Public perception / fear of crime Safer, more pleasant place to live and work Culture change Toolkit
    • Cambridge… Not one size fits all – still learning ‘Before’ survey to establish community demand Followed by ‘after’ survey to measure public satisfaction New criteria established for CAPs Match criteria? M Survey SLaunch
    • Charlotte Wilson charlotte.wilson@cambridgeshire.gov.uk 01954 284635