Controlled Underage Party Dispersal
Goal of this Program
The basic premise of Controlled Party Dispersal is to view underage drinking
parties as crime scenes and approach the incident as if it were a crime in progress. The
goal is to target the adult enabler, process the offenders and the scene to build a
prosecutable case. The processing of an underage drinking party is a standard and
systematic investigation designed to elicit all of the information necessary for a
prosecutable case. Support for controlled party dispersal operations ultimately lies with
your community. The challenge is to identify where the support is and work within the
community to maximize their support. This presentation is designed around best
practices to ensure public safety and officer safety by containing the underage drinking
party and dispersing the participants in an organized and efficient manner.
About our Trainers:
Jared Olson, Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor, Idaho Prosecuting Attorneys Association, Meridian, ID
Jared Olson has 25 years of experience in criminal justice serving in various positions to include emergency dispatcher, patrol officer, detective, law clerk and prosecutor. The past 13 years he has served as Idaho’s Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor employed by the Idaho Prosecuting Attorneys Association. Jared’s goal is to remove all impaired drivers from our roadways. Like you, this speaker is passionate about protecting and serving our communities through the pursuit of justice. Jared is a national consultant and trainer specializing in underage drinking, impaired driving, vehicular homicide, and other traffic crimes. He has trained over 45,000 prosecutors, law enforcement officers and traffic safety stakeholders in 45 states. He has a Criminal Justice Master’s Degree from the University of Cincinnati and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Idaho. Jared would like to remind you to give our children’s brains a chance to optimally develop by not providing them alcohol until 21.
Ed Vierk, Assistant Attorney General, Nebraska Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor, Lincoln, NE
Ed Vierk is an Assistant Attorney General who serves as Nebraska’s Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor. Vierk’s position is funded by a federal highway safety grant and his work is 100% focused on highway safety issues. In the course of his work, Vierk prosecutes DUI, Motor Vehicle Homicide, Underage Drinking and other highway safety-related crimes across Nebraska. In addition to his active caseload, Vierk also conducts trainings and consultations for law enforcement officers and prosecutors throughout the state regarding topics that include evidence collection, expert witnesses, new and novel scientific evidence, drugged driving prosecution, and trials. Vierk wrote the Nebraska Manual for DUI Prosecution which is now going into its third edition.
What you will be able to DO as a result of this program:
1. Analyze the scope and consequences of underage drinking today.
2. Assess the philosophy behind controlled party dispersal.
3. Identify the steps necessary to process offenders at underage drinking
4. Identify tactical approaches to underage drinking parties in different
5. Practice implementing the steps necessary to process offenders at underage
View and download the 2019 Law Enforcement Training brochure here.
National Safety Council, Nebraska
REGISTER HERE by February 22, 2019: