Presented by the Nevada City Police Department
What is the LEAD Program?
The LEAD Program is a free, voluntary prevention and education program for retail licensees, their employees and applicants. It began on January 1st, 1991 with a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety. The training classes are offered at a variety of locations throughout California.
Licensees or license applicants and their employees will be surprised at how interesting and informative the classes are. The classes include instruction on checking various forms of identification, detecting and preventing illegal activity, reducing liability and much more.
At the completion of the class, there will be an exam on the material that was covered. Each person that fulfills all of the training requirements will receive a certificate certifying that they successfully completed a LEAD training course.
Mission of the LEAD Program
The mission of the LEAD Program is to provide high quality, effective and educationally sound training on alcohol responsibility and the law to California retail licensees and their employees.
The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control expects and encourages licensees to act responsibly relative to their alcoholic beverage license privileges.
The LEAD Program provides the licensee and applicant with practical information on serving alcoholic beverages safely, responsibly, and legally, and preventing illicit drug activity at the licensed establishment.
Click HERE for more info about the LEAD program.
Click HERE for class requirements and what to bring to class.
Click HERE to pre-register for the Nevada City class.