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Free Classes to Educate Alcohol Licensees

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office is offering free educational training to businesses that have licenses to sell alcohol.

As part of a grant from the State of California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for 2012-2013, the Sheriff’s Office is offering LEAD (Licensee Education on Alcohol and Drugs) training on two upcoming dates: March 11 at the Roseville Police Department’s Community Room, 1051 Junction Blvd., Roseville; and April 1 at the Auburn Justice Center Community Room, 2929 Richardson Drive, Auburn.

Both classes will be held from noon to 4 p.m.

The LEAD Program is a free, voluntary prevention and education program for retail licensees, their employees, and applicants. The curriculum is designed for licensees, managers, and employees. The program is 3-1/2 hours long and participation is limited to 50 persons per class.

The LEAD Program has received two national awards and is certified by the California Coordinating Council on Responsible Beverage Service.

To reserve a space, contact Deputy Gregg Hopping at (530) 308-1547 or e-mail him at ghopping@placer.ca.gov.

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