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DUI Task Force Future Plans

The 2015 Legislative Session created one-time funding for local DUI Task Forces. House Bill 132 transfers a portion of driver’s license reinstatement fees that have not been disbursed. The funds were distributed into communities to DUI Task Forces...

 

2014 Richland County DUI Statistics

April is ‘ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH’ and Richland County DUI Task Force and District II Alcohol and Drug Program work diligently throughout the year to bring education, awareness, prevention and treatment to the community, with focus on alcohol...

 

April Is Alcohol Awareness Month

During the Alcohol Awareness Month the DUI Task Force is challenging the community to raise their awareness regarding issues pertaining to alcohol. We are asking you to educate yourself and others on: Safe/Healthy Limits: Zero drinks for those under...

 

Holiday Drinking: Keep It Safe

Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Years ~ Family Gatherings, Celebrations & Parties the stress of the holidays is overwhelming. The Holiday season is also one of the most dangerous times of the year for alcohol related crashes. Due to increased festiviti...

 

Be R.A.D.D This 4th of July

Never use fireworks if you have been drinking, sit back and enjoy the show. Americans love to celebrate the Fourth of July with family, friends, food and fireworks, but all too often the festivities turn tragic. The fact is the 4th of July is also...

 

April Is Alcohol Awareness Month

The Richland County DUI Task Force would like to remind you April is Alcohol Awareness Month. During the month the task force is challenging the community to raise their awareness regarding issues pertaining to alcohol. Educate yourself on Safe/Healt...

 

What Will a DUI Cost You?: Part 2

“I am only traveling a short distance, I use the back roads, I’ll be extra careful…it will be fine” Alcohol effects judgment…so your brain is not reliable…you can’t depend on it to make good decisions. Did you know your driving skills...

 

What Will a DUI Cost You?: Part 1

“What’s the big deal..I’ve driven home lots of times drunk, nothing has ever happened.” Just because you’ve done it before doesn’t mean you will be able to do it safely again. Ask anyone who has been charged with a DUI, with a DUI crash...

 

Labor Day Safety

Celebrate this Labor Day with safety in mind. As we enjoy the last weekend of the summer with friends and family and slip in one more get-a-way our law enforcement officers will take to the roads in an effort to keep us safe. Holidays like Labor Day...

 

The Domino Strategy

Through an ongoing effort to increase awareness on “responsible drinking”, the Richland County DUI Task Force has been promoting The Domino Strategy. Reasonable drinking guidelines look at the safe & healthy number of drinks for men & women, the...

 

DID YOU KNOW?

We can drink responsibly and still have a lot of fun.  The Domino Strategy is a simple way to remember the guidelines. There are 3 levels that take the guesswork out of alcohol consumption.  Zero – No drinks for people who are under 21,...

 

How To Drink Responsibly

You count your calories and your reps why not count your drinks? There’s something you need to know about counting your drinks to help you continue your efforts on staying healthy and safe: Not all drinks are created equal. The Domino Strategy...

 

How To Drink Responsibly

Richland County’s DUI Task Force is kicking of a marketing campaign to encourage the public to pay attention to the size, content and amount of alcohol they consume each time they drink. The Domino...

 

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