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East Grand Forks Police receive compliance grant

The East Grand Forks Police Department has received a grant from the Minnesota Institute of Public Health for $840 to conduct two rounds of alcohol compliance checks in East Grand Forks that will be completed by May 31, 2012.

The East Grand Forks Police Department has received a grant from the Minnesota Institute of Public Health for $840 to conduct two rounds of alcohol compliance checks in East Grand Forks that will be completed by May 31, 2012.

According to a department release, the compliance checks use underage volunteers who attempt to purchase alcohol at local establishments.

The volunteers are under the observation of plain clothes officers and provide their actual ID if asked for it.

This is the second year the department will be conducting the checks with the MIPH funding.

East Grand Forks police require all liquor establishments to have their servers trained to minimize the chance for underage consumption. This is training is offered free of cost through the department.

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