Risk-based licensing and alcohol-related offences in the Australian Capital Territory
On 1 December 2010, the Australian Capital Territory introduced the new Liquor Act 2010 (the Liquor Act). A major change in the Liquor Act was the introduction of risk-based licensing (RBL), a scheme that calculates licensing fees according to venue type, occupancy and trading hours. The revenue generated from RBL fees was intended to offset costs for 10 new police officers and additional licensing regulators to enforce and administer the new Liquor Act (1). Other licensing reforms were also...[Show more]
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