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National Pubwatch Newsletter - April 2015

DIAGEO NATIONAL PUBWATCH AWARD - OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS

The application process for the 2015 Diageo National Pubwatch Awards opened on 6 April 2015 and will run until 17 July 2015. It will culminate in a prestigious award dinner for finalists held in the autumn of 2015 in the House of Commons...(read more here)
 
WE DON'T SERVE DRUNKS - NEW POSTER
 
National Pubwatch is pleased to be able to provide you with a new poster, which aims to help you warn customers of your obligations to prevent the sale of alcohol to someone who is drunk...(read more here)
 
OUR INFORMATION WANTED SECTION
 
We regularly update the Information Wanted section on the bottom left hand side of our main web page with photographs of persons wanted for committing recent criminal offences within licensed premises.  In order that these persons may be identified, please browse this section when accessing our web site.
 
NEW POSTERS SET OUT THE LAW ON SERVING ALCOHOL
 
A new poster campaign to help licensees raise awareness of the laws on buying alcohol for a drunken person, or knowingly selling alcohol to a person who is drunk, has been launched today. As well as supporting staff, the posters will raise public awareness, helping to ensure a safe and sociable drinking environment for all...(read more here)
 
NEW WORCESTER AGAINST NIGHT-TIME DISORDER INITIATIVE
 
The new Worcester Against Night-Time Disorder is a partnership between West Mercia Police and city centre licensees under the Night Safe Pubwatch banner and will see action being taken against anyone getting involved in alcohol-related disorder, both inside pubs or clubs or on the streets...(read more here)
 
STANSTED LICENSEES FIGHT CRIME WITH NEW PUBWATCH SCHEME
 
Landlords in the Stansted area have banded together to launch a new Pubwatch scheme.  In all, 10 licensees signed up at the inaugural meeting in the Rose and Crown, Bentfield Green in February.  The initiative has the support of the parish council, with clerk Ruth Clifford and chairman Councillor Maureen Caton on hand too, as well as Uttlesford District Council’s Community Safety Officer, Martin Ford and Licensing Officer, Joanne Jones...(read more here)
 
STUDENT RIVERSIDE ANGELS PRAISED, AS SAFETY REVIEWS EXTENDS COUNTYWIDE
 
City chiefs say Durham students did a fantastic job of keeping their course mates safe on the first night of a new riverside angels support scheme...(read more here)
 
TOP PUBS IN PERTH RECEIVE AWARDS FOR RAISING THE BAR
 
Several pubs in Perth received recognition at the Best Bar None Awards 2014/15. The awards, now in their eighth year, focus on public safety and customer care.  The first ever Pubwatch Awards were also presented...(read more here)

PUB YOBS’ APPEAL THROWN OUT
 
Two brothers jailed for an “appalling” attack which left a publican too traumatised to work, fully deserved their severe sentences, top judges have ruled...(read more here)
 
ROBBER SPENT STOLEN CASH ON PUB SESSION - CAUGHT AFTER DRINKERS IDENTIFY HIM
 
A robber threatened a Birmingham hairdresser with a knife before spending the takings he snatched on a drinking session at a nearby pub. But West Midlands Police detectives identified the attacker after speaking to other drinkers in the local pub...(read more here)

CALLS TO MAKE PUBWATCH MANDATORY
 
Publicans in the north east have called for a mandatory Pub Watch scheme in Scotland to ensure landlords don’t try and put profit over a commitment to keeping pubs safe for drinkers...(read more here)

TOOLS AND RESOURCES
 
New Pubwatch Posters – view the range and download from here
Regional Map – check out your local representative here
Scheme Locator – make sure your Pubwatch is on the map – free registration here
New ‘Information Wanted’ Service – check the latest details here

 




 
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