The Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition will succeed in helping to change community norms only if leaders from all sectors of our community work together to encourage safe and healthy choices among youth and families. Join other businesses, law enforecment officials, school administrators and teachers, faith-based leaders, and members of government, media, health care and service agencies in our efforts. Contributions of your time, talents and in-kind donations enable us to raise awareness and offer quality substance abuse prevention programs and services.
Captain Chuck Boschert and Lieutenant Colonel Ken Cox
Alcohol Compliance ChecksThe following liquor retailers were found in compliance with laws prohibiting the sale of alcohol to minors. The Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition thanks these retailers for their vigilance. Full story
St. Louis County Police, in partnership with the Ballwin, Chesterfield, Ellisville, Eureka, Manchester and Wildwood police departments, conduct monthly compliance checks of area liquor merchants, including stores, gas stations and restaurants. These compliance checks are sponsored by the Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition.
Social Hosting Ordinances Approve Clarkson Valley, Wildwood and Chesterfield have passed specific ordinances against social hosting. It is important to know that parents can be held responsible - financially and criminally - for violations committed by their children. Parents who supply, or allow the consumption of, alcohol by minors are in violation of a St. Louis County ordinance and can be arrested or fined. Full story