(Webinar 1 of 3) The ABCs of Alcohol Regulation - Archived Webinar

This is an Archived Webinar event.

This webinar was recorded on February 14, 2019. No CEUs are offered for recorded webinars.

Presenter: Nancy McGee, JD

Summary: Alcohol, by its very nature, is no ordinary commodity and requires a strong set of rules and regulations to ensure it is manufactured, distributed, sold, and consumed in a responsible manner. This first webinar in the series will provide a broad overview of the alcohol regulatory framework and provide guidance on how communities can work to identify areas of concern and implement appropriate change within their community.

Nancy M. McGee, JD 

Retired Special Agent Nancy McGee served for more than 29 years in the Missouri Department of Public Safety—Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. As a special agent stationed in the St. Louis District specializing in alcohol enforcement, McGee was responsible for enforcing Missouri's Liquor Control Act. She was in charge of administering the state's alcohol compliance check program as well as coordinating the department's efforts on college campuses and with community coalition groups. McGee was also designated as the division's liaison officer for local law enforcement agencies that received federal grants through the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention—Enforcing the Underage Drinking Laws (OJJDP/EUDL) Program. 

McGee served as a consultant for the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation from August 2002 -2020. In that capacity, she developed course curriculums and provided technical assistance and training to agencies supporting alcohol and tobacco initiatives. She regularly provided training on the topics of developing and sustaining community coalitions; environmental management; working effectively with college communities; compliance check investigations; controlled party dispersal; shoulder tap operations; false identification; media advocacy; managing special events; social media; and working effectively with retailers.