TUSAC

AcronymDefinition
TUSACTrade Unionists and Socialists against Cuts (UK)
TUSACThe United States Army Chorus
TUSACTokyo University Ski Alpine Club (Tokyo, Japan)
TUSACTackling Underaged Sales of Alcohol Campaign (UK Police and Trading Standards)
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Former councillor Jackie Grunsell is also running for TUSAC, hoping to unseat Labour's Clr Molly Walton in Crosland Moor and Netherton.
Party leader Clr Andrew Cooper is up for re-election in Newsome, where his opponents include Ian Slattery of TUSAC.
They were sold alcohol on 1,312 occasions - just under 15 per cent of the total test purchases, the Tusac figures show.
Top of the list were bottles and cans of lager with police seizing around 270 items during Operation TUSAC (Tackling Under Age Sales of Alcohol) which targeted parks, streets and open spaces.
The campaign, Tackling Underage Sales of Alcohol To Children - or TUSAC for short, has been funded by most of the Area Committees throughout Kirklees who are eager to do something to tackle the problem in their areas.
Only eight per cent of the outlets made at least two sales and 0.8 per cent made three sales, according to the Home Office-funded Tackling Underage Sales of Alcohol Campaign (Tusac).
Operation Tusac (Tackling Under Age Sales of Alcohol) gets under way this weekend and is part of on-going operations by Trent Valley officers to curb anti-social behaviour.