This legal memorandum provides the results of legal research to identify states with policies that specifically authorize localities to regulate the days, hours, or both of alcohol sales.
This toolkit was developed to help community organizations, state alcohol policy alliances, and substance use prevention coalitions identify, locate, and use data to support the implementation of alcohol policy campaigns.
This report is a compendium of evidence-based key policies for the prevention of alcohol misuse.
This overview provides a summary of SAMHSA’s evidence-based resource guide Implementing Community-Level Policies to Prevent Alcohol Misuse.
This series of videos covers different POLD-related topics, including implementation and frequently asked questions about POLD.
These case studies include in-depth interviews to describe how various agencies have implemented POLD.
Place of Last Drink (POLD) is a strategy to reduce the service of alcohol to obviously intoxicated customers (also called “overservice”) at bars, restaurants, and other places that sell alcohol for consumption on their premises. POLD uses data to identify places that demonstrate patterns of overservice. This manual was developed by the University of Minnesota AEP in collaboration with community partners to guide agencies interested in learning more about implementing POLD.