BARS Alcohol Training Program
The Franklin Police Department’s BARS or Be A Responsible Seller/Server alcohol training program is a free workshop designed to provide the owners, managers, and employees of any North Carolina business having ABC permits the knowledge and skills to be a responsible seller/server.
This program is a hybrid class consisting of information gathered from the original BARS program and the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Commission’s Responsible Alcohol Seller Program (ARSP). The program lasts 2 hours and consists of a power point presentation, lecture and open discussion.
The program covers the following topics:
• Sales to underage persons
• Sales to intoxicated persons
• Acceptable forms of identifications
• Fraudulent/altered identifications
• Dram shop laws
• Happy hour laws
• Hours of sale
The Franklin Police Department’s BARS program has been approved by the North Carolina Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Commission. Participants will receive a certificate of completion as proof they have successfully fulfilled the requirements necessary to obtain their ABC permits.
The program begins at 6:00pm on the dates listed on the registration form below and will be taught in conjunction with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation Alcohol Law Enforcement Division in the lower level of Franklin Town Hall located at 95 West Main Street, Franklin, North Carolina.