Keeping it Safe is a public education campaign geared towards both the hospitality industry and the community with educational material.
Adult Host Responsibility
A social host responsibility campaign promoted throughout the year through brochures in English and Spanish.
Aiming at changing the culture, social host responsibility promotes parental communication and zero tolerance for under 21 alcohol use.
Keeping it Safe Tip Sheets for Responsible Hospitality in the Community
A messaging system picked up by prevention specialists and police.
Call to report under 21 alcohol use and/or adult providers 301-670-SAFE (7233).
Business Alliances serve as a community based umbrella in which local businesses work with state, county and local government to implement education and enforcement programs.
Efforts include Cops in Shops, Extra Eyes, free or reduced cost server training, policy training, assessments and business evaluations.
Business Alliances educate on alcohol related crime stemming from over service and service of alcohol to persons under the age of 21.
Keeping it Safe Tip Sheets for Responsible Hospitality
Point of Sale Signage
For materials to post and distribute at your business, visit the Licensure Office.
Keeping it SAFE, Under Twenty-One Alcohol Prevention Coalition
This independent coalition's main mission is to deter underage alcohol use, reduce adolescent access to alcohol and reduce the effects of alcohol use in youth under the age of 21.
Montgomery County Department of Liquor Control Partners with Responsible Retailing Forum (RRF) to bring you Recommended Practices for Off-Premise Alcohol Retailers
The RRF's Retailer Work Group, consisting of national retail chains, training organizations and mystery shop vendors; state regulators and attorneys general; producers; and researchers has identified recommended practices to reduce underage sales and service of alcohol by off-premises licensees.
Every responsible retailer should adopt these practices.
The list is not all-inclusive and retailers may engage in additional practices to reduce illegal underage sales.
Montgomery County Department of Liquor Control Partners with Responsible Hospitality Insititute (RHI) to Assist Businesses and Communities Create Safe and Vibrant Communities to Socialize
RHI provides technical assistance that builds local capacity, incubates and shares cutting-edge information and proven strategies, and links a broad-based network of professionals who plan, manage and police dining and entertainment districts.
Montgomery County Department of Liquor Control Partners with "We Don't Serve Teens"
Most teens who drink get alcohol from "social sources" at parties, from older friends, from their parents’ cabinets.
Teen drinking is linked to injury and risky behavior.
We can reduce teen drinking by stopping teens’ easy access to alcohol.
Help us achieve this goal, learn more, visit www.dontserveteens.gov