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Free alcohol compliance will be provided to all Douglas County alcohol retailers, liquor license holders and their employees on May 11.
The program is sponsored by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department and the Douglas County Liquor Board in conjunction with the State of Nevada Juvenile Justice Program.
Additional assistance is provided from Capitol Beverage and Caesar’s Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe.
The casino has volunteered to donate convention center space for the training that beings at four separate times on Tuesday, May 11.
The start times are 8 a.m., 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. The training will last for two hours.
The focus of the class will be to help retailers and their employees identify people under the age of 21 who are attempting to purchase alcoholic beverages.
A portion of the class will address identifying fake and altered identifications. The class will also address anyone using a friend’s or older brother’s or sister’s identification.
This joint-effort training opportunity is being offered to assist and educate retailers and their employees with respect to the continuing problem of minors and juveniles attempting to purchase alcohol in Douglas County. All retailers and their employees are encouraged to attend this worthwhile training.
Any questions or comments should be directed to Sergeant David Aymami at the sheriff’s department at (775) 782-9080.