Media Advisory - Ontario Police Chiefs to Launch New Inspection/Enforcement Program to Promote Compliance with Liquor Licences
TORONTO, Aug. 22, 2012 /CNW/ - The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) will hold a joint news conference with Toronto Police Service and the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario to launch a new bi-annual alcohol licence inspection/enforcement program. This program will be implemented by police services across the Province every fall and spring.
|DATE:||Thursday, August 23, 2012|
Grace O'Malley's Irish Pub & Restaurant
14 Duncan Street, Toronto
(Bordered by Queen St. West on the north, University Ave. on the east, King St. West to the south, and McCaul St. to the west)
Inspector Lee Weare, Peel Regional Police
Chair, OACP Alcohol and Gaming Commission
Inspector Howie Page, Toronto Police Service
Tom Mungham, Deputy Registrar
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario
Under this new program, the OACP will promote a coordinated approach to
liquor licence inspections and enforcement by Ontario police services.
This will include a blitz by police services during the next few weeks
focused on compliance by licenced establishments with alcohol licence
as students return to college and university.
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SOURCE: Ontario Association of Chiefs of PoliceFor further information:
Director of Government Relations & Communications
T. (416) 926-0424 ext. 22
C. (416) 919-9798