Compliance checks, an environmental prevention strategy, deter and prevent retail alcohol outlets from selling alcohol to underage youth. Alcohol compliance checks are conducted by law enforcement and involve the use of undercover, underage buys to test retailers’ compliance with state laws and/or local ordinances that regulate the sale of alcohol.
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Responsible beverage service (RBS) training programs give owners, managers, and staff of establishments that sell and serve alcohol the knowledge and skills to help them serve alcohol responsible and meet the legal requirements of alcohol service. Responsible beverage service training is a alcohol policy aimed at reducing easy retail access of alcohol by underage youth.
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