School's back in session, and there's lots of fun ahead for our students--Friday night lights, homecoming and more. Let's work together to keep after-parties free of alcohol and other drugs. Underage drinking parties have led to serious problems, including destructive party crashers, trips to the emergency room, trashed houses, thefts and more.
Roseville's Social Host Accountability ordinance holds parents and even unsupervised juvenile hosts responsible for underage drinking parties, even if they didn't personally provide the alcohol or other drugs.
Want an inside look at how your local law enforcement agency operates? The Roseville Police Department is now accepting applications for the next Citizen's Police Awareness Academy, which starts September 26.
School starts soon, so it's time to remind everyone about safety around our school campuses! School starts on Wednesday, August 10 for Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District elementary schools in west Roseville, and all Roseville-area high school students. Students in the Eureka Union School District in east Roseville and Roseville City School District throughout the rest of Roseville have a little more time—schools in those districts start on August 17 and 18 respectively.