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  1. Ohio Tobacco Enforcement Summit Presenters: Terry Porter – ODADAS Richard Cologie – Ohio Investigative Unit Diane Crossland - ODADAS Access Seattle 2006

  2. Purpose and Focus • Encourage local law enforcement to engage in tobacco compliance activities and to use state policy by providing Education, Training and Funding free of charge • Target Police Departments and County Sheriff’s Offices • Facilitate Linkage with Local Coalitions Access Seattle 2006

  3. Curriculum • Compliance Check Programs and Partners • Tobacco and Tax* Laws • Compliance Check Policy • Application for Funding • Education Programs • Local Coalition Presentation* • Feature Items: • Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network (OSAM)* • Ohio Early Warning Network (OEWN)* Access Seattle 2006

  4. Compliance Check Policy • Three Agents per Compliance Check • One agent enters outlet for safety • One confidential informant attempts to purchase (cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco or snuff) with agent observing • Two agents (in another vehicle) issue citation or make arrest if sale occurred Access Seattle 2006

  5. Confidential Informants • 14, 15 or 16 Years Old • Females: Little or no make-up/jewelry • Males: Clean shaven, little or no jewelry • Dress Consistent with Age & Area • Birth Certificate & Parental Consent • Must be Truthful if Asked Age • Must Show Own Valid ID if Requested Access Seattle 2006

  6. Other Requirements • Work Permit for CIs • CIs must Pass Written Exam • Photograph of CI on Day of Inspection • Use of Wire or Recorder • Evidence Secured • CIs Cooperation in Legal Proceedings • No Tobacco Use • CI Safety is Paramount Access Seattle 2006

  7. Funding to Law Enforcement • One Agent, Two Officers • 1½ times Hourly Rate for Officers • Fringe Benefits up to 30% • Choose Outlets with Liquor Permit • CI and Buy Money Provided • State or Local Issued Citation • Paper Work Completed by State Agent • Funded by MSA Monies and ODADAS Access Seattle 2006

  8. Event Planning • Develop a Clear Purpose • Identify the Target Audience • Establish a Budget • Ensure Cooperation & Assign Tasks • Secure Facilities • Consider Legal and Financial Aspects • Prepare Marketing Plan • Confirm Final Preparations • Conduct Event • Review Results Access Seattle 2006

  9. Purpose and Audience • What is your objective? • What topics do you want to cover? • How will you present the information? • What materials/SMEs can you use? • Who is your potential audience? • What is their availability? • What is your “hook?” Access Seattle 2006

  10. Budget and Tasks • What are your anticipated costs? • What are possible revenue sources? • What might be available at no cost? • Add it Up and Adjust! • Establish a Planning Committee • Appoint a Lead • Assign and Monitor Specific Tasks • Have fun! Access Seattle 2006

  11. Facilities and Finances • Determine Most Convenient Sites and Dates • Obtain Quotes – include Incidentals • Ensure Accommodations for Staff • Refer to Budget • Book Sites • Complete Contracts and Purchase Orders Access Seattle 2006

  12. Marketing Plan • Conference Name • Early Notification • Advertising Possibilities • Registration Materials • Agenda – Key Presenters • Participant Cost versus Benefits • Convenient Dates and Locations • Conference Materials Access Seattle 2006

  13. Final Prep, Event, Results • Confirm Attendance • Confirm Presenters and A/V Needs • Site Staff, Materials, Set-up • Registration Table • Evaluations • Pay Vendors and Presenters • Compare Costs to Budget • Determine if Goals were Achieved Access Seattle 2006

  14. Logistics • Scheduled 10 Summits at Ohio State Parks • Cancelled 3 due to Lack of Registrations • March (2) April (2) May (1) June (2) • Invited - Police Chiefs, Sheriffs, Municipal and Juvenile Court Judges, Prosecuting Attorneys • Recruited Guest Presenters including Local Coalitions and Full-time Registration Staff • Made Changes to Agenda after First Event Access Seattle 2006

  15. Evaluation • Response Rate = 42% (Received 70) • 147 Attended, plus 20 Non-Staff Presenters • Post Evaluation 3 to 6 months after Summit • Comprehensive Ratings (out of 5 points): • Easily Understood 4.23 • Handouts Helpful 4.30 • Well-Organized 4.31 • Learned a Great Deal 4.11 Access Seattle 2006

  16. Evaluation • Outcomes • Plan/currently using compliance policy (n=45) 71% • Considering adopting state policy (n=38) 68% • Adopted state policy (n=45) 27% • Began work with coalition (n=45) 56% • Began work with law enforcement (n=39) 54% • Plan to work with OIU (n=54) 81% • OSAM helpful information (n=50) 82% • OEWN useful resource (n=53) 78% Access Seattle 2006

  17. Lessons Learned • Employ Other Marketing Strategies to Increase Participation • Understand How Limitations can Affect Event Outcomes such as Seasonal Factors and Timing • Ensure Role and Responsibility are Clear to Vendors with Joint Ventures • Use a “MC” with Multiple Presenters Access Seattle 2006

  18. CONTACTS • Terry Porter, ODADAS 614-752-8807 - porter@ada.state.oh.us • Richard Cologie, Ohio Investigative Unit 614-728-1233 – RLCologie@dps.state.oh.us • Diane Crossland, ODADAS 614-752-8357 – crossland@ada.state.oh.us Access Seattle 2006