TEA Coalition coordinator Brian Henderson presents Shirley School Resource Officer Clayton Borecky with a Passive Alcohol Sensor, a passive device that can detect alcohol in the ambient air held 5-6 inches from the person while they speak.

South Side Resource Officer Randy Churches holds a Passive Alcohol Sensor present by the TEA Coalition. The purpose of the sensors is not to surprise or catch students, but to promote safety and deter underage drinking as well as discourage alcohol use among students and adults on school premises and at all school functions. The Clinton School District also was given a sensor.