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What are the 4 types of licenses you can have?

On licence
Off licence
Club licence
Special licence

1

What does an on licence allow you to do?

Sell and supply alcohol for consumption on-site.

2

What does an off licence allow you to do?

Sell alcohol, deliver or arrange for delivery of alcohol.
Does not allow for consumption of alcohol on the premises.

3

What does a club licence allow you to do?

Sell and supply alcohol for consumption on the premises to:
- any club member
- a guest of any club member
- a member of another club that has a reciprocal agreement of visiting rights.

4

What does a special licence allow you to do?

This licence is for events and can be used to sell alcohol for extended periods or at a special event for a specified time.

5

Are minors allowed in a supervised area?

Yes, when accompanied by a parent or guardian or if they are working there. No other circumstances are they allowed there.

6

Are minors allowed in a restricted area?

No, unless they are working but they are not allowed to sell alcohol.

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What offences can be committed by the licensee?

241 - selling to minors
247 - Unauthorised sale or supply (selling after hours)
284 - sells or supplies to intoxicated persons
249 - allows a person to become intoxicated
252 - allows an intoxicated person to remain on licensed premises
253 - allows disorderly behaviour on licensed premises
256 - allows persons on premises after hours

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Under what conditions can police close a licensed premises? S266

(1) if a riot is taking place or there are reasonable grounds to believe that one will break out.
(2) if there is fighting or serious disorder or it may happen.
(3) if thee is a serious threat to public health or safety.
(4) if the conduct on the licensed premises amounts to substantial public nuisance
(5) if thee is reasonable grounds to believe that Offences with 5+ years are bing committed on the premises.

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What are the 3 offences of drinking in public places?

Minor drinking in a public place
Minor in possession of alcohol for consumption
Alcohol offences on public transport

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What does section 36 of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 state?

A constable may TAKE a person whom they find intoxicated in a public place or trespassing on any private property and the person is incapable of protecting themselves, are likely to cause physical harm or likely to cause physical damage you can take them to:
- Their home unless it is not safe or impractible
- take to temporary shelter
- Take them to a police station for up to 12 hours to sober up.