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Placer Cops To Teach Alcohol Business Classes

Businesses that sell alcohol in Placer County can benefit from some free educational training from the Sheriff’s Department. Deputy Gregg Hopping will be conducting the classes that are good for both onsale and offsale businesses…

Listen to Gregg Hopping 1

There are lots of rules and regulations that govern the sale of liquor, and businesspeople can also learn how to protect themselves from liability. Hopping says the classes have been a success in the past…

Listen to Gregg Hopping 2

The LEAD program, which stands for Licensee Education on Alcohol and Drugs, is funded through a grant from the state department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. There is one class this afternoon in Roseville (at the Police Department’s Community Room), and one on April 1 in Auburn (at the Justice Center Community Room). Both classes are from noon to 3:30pm. Admission is free, and those who complete the program will get a certificate.

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