Criminal Justice Law Enforcement II Program

TABC has created this teacher’s guide to address the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) relating to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code that were adopted August 2010. The guide includes a module for each of the four main sections and an introductory module that introduces the student to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. Every module of the teacher’s guide provides references to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code and the Texas Peace Officers Guide to the Alcoholic Beverage Code.
TEKS covered include §130.337(c)(10)(A)-(D) and §130.337 (c)(11)(A) and (D)
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Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

Not So Fun House – Texas Alcohol Laws Booklet

This booklet may be distributed to the general public and explains the Texas alcohol laws.
Source: 
Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

Texas Peace Officer's Guidebook 2017

LE II TABC guidebook
TABC has created this teacher’s guide to address the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) relating to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code that were adopted August 2010. The guide includes a module for each of the four main sections and an introductory module that introduces the student to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. Every module of the teacher’s guide provides references to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code and the Texas Peace Officers Guide to the Alcoholic Beverage Code.
Source: 
Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

BAC Poster

BAC Card

TABC Card
Cards may be distributed to Community members to educate them on how BAC is affected by weight and gender.
Source: 
Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

Parents

Educational materials and programs listed below were designed for Texas Parents. Many of the items below are to educate parents on social host laws, and are guides to help parents talk to their kids about alcohol.

It's Just Easier - Underage Drinking and Social Hosting

A TABC PSA about Jack, a 17 year-old recently graduated high-school senior, his parent’s, Dan and Cindy and his friends. Jack and his friends want to attend an underage drinking party for graduation that is 20 miles out of town, and Dan and Cindy are reluctant to allow Jack to be put danger. They begin to think of ways that Jack will lose his friends, or obtain alcohol someplace else if they say no. So they agree to allow Jack to invite a few friends over and offer to provide the beer.
Even with the best laid plans and establishing house rules Dan and Cindy find out that it is against the law to provide alcohol to minors even with their parent's permission, and encouraging underage drinking in your home or on your property can have serious risks.
"It's Just Easier" shows parents and other adults how quickly underage drinking and intoxication can have far reaching consequences that impact others, whether or not they choose to consume alcohol. Do not allow or encourage underage drinking under your roof.
Choose-alcohol free events for youth.
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Image and content provided by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, 7/25/18
For a closed captioned version of the video, visit the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission webpage at http://www.2young2drink.com/programs-materials/parents/
Copyright Texas Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. Used with Permission.
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Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

Parent Information on Social Hosting

 

What Really Happened - Social Host

This is a program is to help educate parents on alcohol issues and social hosting as well as serve as a guide to talk to kids about alcohol. This program includes a parent guidebook and flyers that go along with the video What Really Happened...
 
College students have been drinking alcohol for years, so when Jennifer's parents decide to let her have a pool party with a little alcohol they figured - what could go wrong. It was her 18th birthday, she was getting ready to start Jennifer and her friends start celebrating and it does not take long for things to spiral out of control. Jennifer and her family are left to face the realization that they are now responsible for damage caused when alcohol is provided to minors - "What Really Happened" impacts the community, friendships and everyone's planned carefree summer.
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Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission