SPD to present TIPS training in December

The Sheridan Police Department has announced it will host a Training for Intervention ProcedureS (TIPS) class beginning in December.

According to the SPD, City of Sheridan Ordinance 4-4(e) reads in part, “All persons employed at any licensee business operating with a liquor license issued by the city of Sheridan who are engaged in the selling or serving of alcoholic beverages or the managing thereof (hereinafter referred to as an “alcohol server staff”), shall successfully complete an alcohol server training program as approved by Wyoming Statute section 12-2-402, within ninety days of the start of their employment.”

TIPS is the premier responsible alcohol training program designed to prevent underage drinking, intoxication, and drunk driving.

According to TIPS, businesses who have made the training a requirement reduce exposure to alcohol liability lawsuits, ensure alcohol training compliance with state regulation, show a reduction in penalties for alcohol violations and improve customer service and professionalism.

The SPD will present TIPS training from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at the police department building. 

Interested parties can contact Cyndi Godwin at 307-672-2413 to reserve a seat in the class.

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