Resources Empower Strong Communities

As a family you have the power to become part of the solution and to help reduce crime and to stem the tide of drug and alcohol abuse in teens and underage adults and help reduce crime in your community.  Below are online resources for your use.

File A Complaint Against A Liquor Licensee

You have the right to file a complaint against a liquor licensee if you witness or suspect activity such as:

  • A DISORDERLY HOUSE

  • SALES AFTER 3:00 A.M.

  • HIDDEN OWNERSHIP

  • SALES TO MINORS

  • GIVING AWAY ALCOHOL

  • EXCESSIVE NOISE

  • SALES TO OBVIOUSLY INTOXICATED PATRON

  • ILLEGAL DRUG ACTIVITIES

  • GAMBLING

  • PROSTITUTION

  • LEWD CONDUCT

Download the Official Complaint Form (Click Here)

Report Tobacco Violations

The Potential Tobacco Product Violations form provides an opportunity for the public and other stakeholders to report a variety of potential tobacco product violations that include, but are not limited to:

  • Sales to minors

  • Flavored cigarette sales

  • Advertising/promotion/marketing restrictions (e.g., Describing the tobacco product as “light,” “mild,” or “low” or claiming that the product is safer or less harmful without an FDA order in effect; distributing t-shirts or other novelty items with the brand name of a cigarette or smokeless tobacco product; and event sponsorship in the brand name of a cigarette or smokeless tobacco product)

  • Free samples

  • Vending machines in prohibited areas/self-service display/direct access to cigarette or smokeless tobacco

  • Sale of cigarettes in packs of less than 20

OnlineTNJustice.org is a new website where you can ask a lawyer for help with a legal issue. It is fast and easy. All you need is a computer. You sign up. Then, you sign in to ask a lawyer your question.

The lawyer will reply to you on the website. There is no cost. This is a FREE service for people who cannot afford a lawyer.

 

If you do not have a computer, you can go to a public library and use one for free. No money for a lawyer?  Do you need help with a legal issue? It's as simple as 1-2-3!

  • Sign up at www.OnlineTNJustice.org

  • Sign in to ask a question on the website. 

  • A Lawyer will reply on the website.

Empowering Communities

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