The Division of ABC – Enforcing The Underage Drinking Laws – In 1998, the federal government announced that States could now apply for block grants to administer programs designed to combat underage drinking. Additional money was made available for discretionary grants for the same purpose.
The New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) was designated by the Governor’s Office as the lead agency to administer this grant program. Since that time, the ABC has administered a wide variety of sub-grants for programs that include both public awareness and education efforts, community-based strategies, and enforcement initiatives.
Efforts include the nationally recognized Cops in Shops program, as well as a variety of programs with the higher education community designed to combat underage drinking in and around the college campus.
Funding Source: Section 405 – National Priority Safety Programs – CFDA 20.616
Agency: Alcoholic Beverage Control
EUDL (Enforcing the Underage Drinking Laws) Block Grants
Currently the Division is NOT accepting any new proposals for funding.
If running a Cops in Shops program, please remember to submit copies of your Arrest/Citation Report Form and Summary of Arrests Form when you complete a detail as well as your Certification of Hours Form at the end of each month. Blank forms can be found by clicking the “Subgrant Info” link on this page.
If running a Cops in Shops program, please remember to submit copies of your weekly Arrest/Citation Report Form and Summary of Arrests Form when you complete a detail as well as your Certification of Hours Form at the end of ech month. Blank forms can be found below.