Welcome to Community Alcohol Partnerships

CAP has developed a range of materials, including banners, posters and leaflets, which can be adapted as required to suit the needs of local schemes.


Dinnington launchSchemes are encouraged to make use of these communication tools and to make use also of local radio, local press, social networking media, residents’ meetings etc - to try and ensure that the community understands the work of the local CAP and is fully engaged and involved.

 

Advice, tools and resources for communicating key messages to the local community are available to all CAP schemes via the "Login area". 

CAP SEEKS TWO NON EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS

We are looking to appoint two Directors  to our Board with a background in any or all of following sectors:

  • Children and young people’s health and development
  • Policing/Criminal Justice
  • Research and evaluation of social policy issues

You’ll join a Board of Directors who are leaders in their fields led by independent Chairman Derek Lewis. The closing date for applications is 11th October 2016. Click here to apply. 

"This innovative partnership is an excellent example of how public bodies, charities and private companies can work together to resolve a community problem. Not only have the partners contributed to the success of the project but also the youngsters of Brecon, whose involvement and commitment have also contributed to this success."

Councillor John Powell
Cabinet Member for Trading Standards
Powys County Council

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what is cap?

CAP encourages local partnership working to tackle underage alcohol misuse and associated anti social behaviour.   CAP is unique in that it recognises that retail is part of the solution and has been shown to be more effective than enforcement alone.

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is there a cap in my area?

Over 100 CAPs have now been set up across the UK. Take a look at our map to find your nearest CAP. CAP is keen to explore opportunities for new CAPs in areas where there is an underage drinking problem.


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How can i get involved?

If there is a CAP scheme in your area, we can put you in touch with the local project co-ordinator, who will explain how to get involved. If there is no CAP in your area but you would like to talk about setting up a CAP, the CAP team will be able to give help and advice.

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