Comments

Digital copy of Exhibit PLC14: An Alcohol Strategy for Jersey [P.110/2003]. Lodged au Greffe on 15 July 2003 by the Health and Social Services. Used as evidence in relation to Paul Le Claire's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 10 September 2015 [C/D/AW3/B1/5/WS000637].

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Reference

C/D/AW3/A2/5/WD007924/14

Date

July 15th 2003 - July 15th 2003

Scope and Content

• Proposition. Asks whether the States are of the opinion to endorse the strategy for concerted and co-ordinated action to reduce the harm to indviduals and the community caused by the misuse of alcohol and to approve the key strategic aims set out in the Alcohol Strategy for Jersey and related matters. • Report. Sets out background information, explains the need for an alcohol strategy and outlines the principles of the alcohol strategy with regard to: taxation and prices, licensing, community safety, drink-driving, the promotion of alcohol, changing attitudes through campaigns to promote responsible drinking, support and treatment and under-age consumption. Sets out details of resources in respect of the cost of the implementation the Alcohol Strategy and finishes with a conclusion about the proposals contained in the Alcohol Strategy. • An Alcohol Strategy for Jersey. Details background information and explains the current need for an alcohol strategy. Includes a table outlining types of problems including physical, psychological and social problems. Outlines the administrative framework proposed to co-ordinate the implementation of the strategy, describes the core principles and operational aims, and details objectives and targets in respect of taxation and prices, licensing, community safety, drink-driving, the promotion of alcohol, changing attitudes through campaigns to promote responsible drinking, support and treatment and under-age consumption. Also sets out details of the success criteria and finishes with a conclusion about the proposals contained in the Alcohol Strategy. Also includes a bibliography and sections on alcohol taxation, a review of the Licensing (Jersey) Law 1974, environmental design, underage consumption, circulation and respondent lists, and the prioritised key proposals of the Draft Alcohol Strategy.

Names

Bailhache, William
Baudains, Gerard, Deputy
Bourne, Spencer
Clinton, Carl, Dr
Couriard, Mitch
de Carteret, David
de la Haye, Derek
Dorey, Jerry Laurence, Deputy
Dubras, Morris
Esterson, Ann
Graham-Cummings, Andrew, Dr
Le Claire, Paul
Le Hérissier, Roy, Deputy
Le Quesne, David
Le Roux, Trevor
Le Ruez, Eric
Mullin, David
Nicolle, Stéphanie
Norman, Len, Senator
Power, Graham
Read, Steve
Tabb, Peter
Wilkinson, Kim
Young, J
AIDS Care Education and Training
Alcohol and Drugs Service
British Paediatric Association
Chamber of Commerce
Citizens Advice Bureau
Crime Prevention and Community Safety Partnership
Crimestoppers
Economic Development Committee
Education Committee
Employment and Social Security Committee
Finance and Economics Committee
Health and Social Services Committee
Human Resources Committee
HM Prison, La Moye
Home Affairs Committee
Housing Committee
Industries Committee
Jersey Evening Post
Jersey General Hospital
Jersey Medical Society
Jersey Night Club Association
Mental Health Services
Planning Department
Portman Group
Prison Service
Probation Service
Public Services Committee
Randalls Vautier Limited
Royal College of Physicians
Salvation Army
Samaritans
Sport and Leisure Committee
Sports Injury Clinic
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
States Greffe
Tourism Committee
Vingteniers and Constables Officer Association

Keywords

alcohol | alcoholism | Brewing | deputies | domestic violence | economics | evidence | exhibits | finances | Hospitality | IJCI | propositions | public health | reports | strategies

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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