The Enforcement Committee deals with specific
topics concerning the responses to illegal use of drugs and alcohol and
the impact this usage has on the community. The committee is comprised
of representatives of local, regional, and state law enforcement
agencies, community members, and Kutztown University faculty, students
and staff. The members establish programs and develop response
mechanisms to promote safety and responsibility in the community.
Members also work to coordinate enforcement initiatives during
anticipated high-incident times of the year.
Formal & Informal Education
The Formal and Informal Education Committee was previously comprised
of university and community members who strived to emphasize the
critical role that faculty and adults play in influencing student
behavior in and out of the classroom. The committee members were
committed to enhancing campus and community awareness through
collaborative alcohol and other drug programming, increased
communication, and cooperation among academic divisions, administration,
and student services. Upon receiving grant funding in 2009, the
committee work was reassigned to an AOD team consisting of graduate
students who coordinated the implementation of the grant strategies.
The Public Relations Committee consists of members from the
university who work with the Steering Committee to assure that relevant
educational information, updates on current Roundtable initiatives and
the accomplishments of the Roundtable are routinely communicated to the
campus community constituencies.