The Cornwall Community Police Service announced that it will be taking part in a province-wide liquor licence inspection/enforcement program aimed at creating heightened public awareness of Liquor Licence Act (LLA) inspections/enforcement and increasing licensee awareness about the responsible sale, service, and consumption of alcohol in licensed establishments.
Developed by the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) and the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), the Community Alcohol Safety and Enforcement program (C.A.S.E.) will augment Cornwall Community Police Service on-going inspection/enforcement efforts.
“The fall weather invites citizens to enjoy the many great licensed establishments in our community. Ensuring licensed establishments operate in a legal and safe manner creates safe environments and promotes community safety. Our police service already works closely with the AGCO year round. Throughout the fall we will be looking for such infractions as serving minors and permitting disorderly behavior – things that put public safety at risk in licensed establishments.”
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