Alcohol server age identification training to be offered in Newark this month


An alcohol law training course for staff in the hospitality industry is slated for Aug. 15 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Courtyard Marriott Newark – University of Delaware.

Representatives of the Delaware DATE alcohol-tobacco enforcement agency and the Newark Police Department will be on hand.

Offered will be certification and pre-certification in detecting fake identification cards and other aspects of state law as the fall academic year approaches at the University of Delaware.

The event is sponsored by the Newark Nightlife Partnership, a joint effort by law enforcement and the hospitality industry.


Once known as a semi “dry” town with only a few bars and dining spots with licenses, Newark now has dozens of locations that serve alcoholic beverages. That raises the potential for violations that can be costly to the business owner.

Further information is available at 302-737-0900.

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