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Third European conference on Alcohol Law Enforcement, 21-22 May 2014 Tallinn

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On May 21st and 22nd the third European conference on Alcohol Law Enforcement took place in Tallinn, Estonia. The ENALE conference was orgnanised by the Dutch Institute for Alcohol Policy STAP together with the Estonian National Institute for Health Development (TAI).

Over 90 experts in the field of enforcement, policy and research were present at the Ministry of the Interior in Tallinn, the host for both days. The participants came from 18 different countries both within and outside Europe.

During two days the participants learnt all about tackling over-serving and tackling serving to minors. Moreover, they witnessed Estonian alcohol law enforcement in practice in the popular city centre during the evening program.

Below you can find the presentations that were given during the two conference days.



Day 1 (May 21) presentations:

Jacek Moskalewicz - Alcohol consumption in EuropeJacek Moskalewicz - Alcohol consumption in Europe (917 kB)

Anne Kleinberg - Why restrictive alcohol laws are crucial for young peopleAnne Kleinberg - Why restrictive alcohol laws are crucial for young people (1,39 MB)

Darin Erickson - Alcohol Overservice Enforcement in the USDarin Erickson - Alcohol Overservice Enforcement in the US (1,25 MB)

Katie Hardcastle - Does legislation to prevent alcohol sales to drunk individuals workKatie Hardcastle - Does legislation to prevent alcohol sales to drunk individuals work (3,12 MB)

Patrick Widell & Daniel Muller - Overserving in StockholmPatrick Widell & Daniel Muller - Overserving in Stockholm (129 kB)

Erlend Bo - The Norwegian approach to strengthen the law enforcementErlend Bo - The Norwegian approach to strengthen the law enforcement (1,79 MB)

Triinu Täht - How does the Estonian alcohol policy fit in the European pictureTriinu Täht - How does the Estonian alcohol policy fit in the European picture (75,5 kB)


Day 2 (May 22) presentations:

Jeroen de Greeff - The Eyes on Ages study: A comprehensive European overview of legislation, enforcement and research on legal age limits Jeroen de Greeff - The Eyes on Ages study: A comprehensive European overview of legislation, enforcement and research on legal age limits (2,24 MB)

Joris van Hoof - Effective age verification systems for shop owners to enhance compliance with the legal age limitsJoris van Hoof - Effective age verification systems for shop owners to enhance compliance with the legal age limits (1,14 MB)

Mariliis Tael - Evaluating the effect of enforcement: An Estonian example of using young people to test complianceMariliis Tael - Evaluating the effect of enforcement: An Estonian example of using young people to test compliance (258 kB)

Mark Worthington - Using mysteryshoppers to detect violations and sancton offenders, one of the most effective tools of age limit enforcementMark Worthington - Using mysteryshoppers to detect violations and sancton offenders, one of the most effective tools of age limit enforcement (1,22 MB)

Darin Erickson - Underage alcohol enforcement in the USDarin Erickson - Underage alcohol enforcement in the US (896 kB)

Rasmus Ojamets - Baltic alcohol law enforcement (Estonia)Rasmus Ojamets - Baltic alcohol law enforcement (Estonia) (2,85 MB)

Kristina Smirnova - Baltic alcohol law enforcement (Lithuania)Kristina Smirnova - Baltic alcohol law enforcement (Lithuania) (227 kB)

Andis Rinkevics - Baltic alcohol law enforcement (Latvia)Andis Rinkevics - Baltic alcohol law enforcement (Latvia) (292 kB)




For more information about this conference or about the ENALE network, please contact the Dutch Institute for Alcohol Policy by sending an e-mail to info@stap.nl or dial +31 30 65 65 041.

Nederlands Instituut voor Alcoholbeleid STAP
Postbus 9769
3506 GT Utrecht
T: +31 (0)30-6565041
F: +31 (0)30-6565043
E: info@stap.nl