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Alcohol restrictions for violent venues

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Alcohol restrictions for violent venues

The latest list of licensed venues (Round 13) subject to special conditions because of alcohol-related assault and other violent incidents has been released. These premises are categorised as Level 1 or Level 2, depending on the number of alcohol-related incidents attributed to the venue. Other risk factors may also be considered in determining categorisation.

Special conditions are imposed on Level 1 and 2 venues from 1 June 2015. Further details are available below.

How the scheme works

Venues with 19 or more incidents (Level 1 venues) are subject to six additional special licence conditions:

Venues with 12 to 18 incidents (Level 2 venues) are subject to these three additional conditions:

Level 1 and Level 2 venues must also maintain an incident register during all trading hours.

Those venues with eight to 11 incidents (Level 3 venues) will be provided with additional support from the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing to strengthen alcohol and security management.

Education and support will be provided to all venues and, consistent with standard practices, venues may be included in the routine risk based inspection program.

Information for level 1 and level 2 venues

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