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 “We have seen too many tragedies involving under-aged drinking, and we all must do our part to prevent them,”  former Attorney General Bill LockyerPhoto of Bill Lockyer
Target Responsibility for Alcohol Connected Emergencies (TRACE) was developed by a task force convened by Lockyer last year after he met Lynne Goodwin and discussed the death of her 20-year-old daughter, Casey.
Active in fighting under-aged drinking as a member of Friday Night Live, Casey was killed in March 2003 by an18-year-old drunk driver.
The task force was charged with developing a protocol for officers investigating alcohol-related incidents involving under-aged drinkers to identify the source of the alcohol. Under the protocol, law enforcement officers will immediately try to determine where the youths obtained or consumed alcohol prior to the event and notify the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) if the alcohol was purchased or consumed at an ABC-licensed business establishment. If the incident involving under-aged drinkers results in death or injury, ABC will be notified immediately to take the appropriate enforcement action.
“ABC looks forward to working with its law enforcement partners to implement TRACE and hold accountable liquor licensees that sell to minors,” said ABC Director Jerry R. Jolly.



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