‘Responsible Service’ – October 2014 Newsletter

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The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation’s bi-monthly newsletter Responsible Service October edition has been released:

Minister’s message
Last month I announced major legislative changes designed to tackle alcohol and drug-related violence. On 1 October 2014 changes to the Liquor Regulation supporting the Safe Night Out Strategy commenced.
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Executive Director’s message
Welcome to the October 2014 edition of the Responsible Service Newsletter. The frequency of this newsletter has changed from bi-monthly to monthly after receiving some customer feedback that suggests you are interested in timely information more frequently.
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Safe Night Precincts and local boards are being established
A total of 15 Safe Night Precincts (SNPs) have been prescribed in the Liquor Regulation which took effect on 1 October 2014.
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Compliance operation – Safe Night Out Strategy response
As part of the Safe Night Out Strategy, in late September, compliance officers from the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) took to the Safe Night Precinct (SNP) areas across the State in a large scale operation.
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Schoolies 2014 – Updated ‘No minor offence campaign and staying safe at festivities
As Schoolies and end of year celebrations approach, parents and guardians are reminded that the irresponsible supply of alcohol to anyone under 18 is an offence and carries a fine of up to $9108.
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One Stop Shop update
If you have visited the OLGR website in recent times you would have noticed the former OLGR website no longer exists and all OLGR information now lives on the Queensland Business and Industry Portal.
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Safe Night Precincts (SNP) and Local Boards – questions now answered on the Queensland Government’s Safe Night Out Strategy
On Tuesday 26 August 2014, the Safe Night Out Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 was passed by the Queensland Government.
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