Law Enforcement Referral Form. This is a Connecticut form and can be use in Department Of Consumer Protection Statewide.
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DCPLC-POLICE REFER Inst Rev 3/09 STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION Liquor Control Division Telephone: (860) 713-6210 Web Site: http://www.ct.gov/dcp INSTRUCTIONS : COMPLETING THE LAW ENFORCEMENT REFERRAL Please fill in all of the requested information. In completing the referral, you will find that most items are self-explanatory. Attach copies of all related police reports. Answer all questions fully. Use additional pages as needed. It is important to note that your police report that outlines probable cause to arrest an individual for a criminal offense may not be sufficient to proceed in an administrative hearing against a permit premise. You should always determine the elements of an offense prior to filing a police referral. Common Charges Sale of Alcohol to Minor 226 Section 30-86(b) In order to proceed with this charge, you must show proof of direct service of alcoholic beverage from an employee. List the name, address, DOB, phone, and I.D. of the server. List the same information for the minor, along with a specific type of alcoholic beverage that was served. Was the minor asked for identification? If so, did the minor present a fake I.D.? Sale of Intoxicated Patron 226 Section 30-86(b) This charge applies only when the service of alcohol is made by an employee to an already intoxicated person. You must be able to show proof of direct service of an alcoholic beverage from an employee. Please list the specific type and quantity of the alcoholic beverage served on premises, along with observations and any field tests administered to establish intoxication. Unlawful Conduct 226 Section 30-6-A24a Any unlawful conduct must involve the premises or an employee of the premises. The narcotics arrest of a patron cannot be referred as a violation against the premises if no employee is arrested for the offense. Brawls and disturbances may be reported if an employee is unlawfully involved or the disturbance occurs inside the permit premises. After Hours Sales 226 Section 30-91(a) Wait (15) fifteen minutes to allow for clock differences. Restaurants 226 Patrons may remain on the premises as long as the liquor has been locked in a secure area. Cafes 226 No patron may remain on the premises after legal closing hours. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE POLICE REFERRAL PROCESS, PLEASE CONTACT A LIQUOR CONTROL AGENT AT (860) 713 -6210. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com STATE OF CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION LIQUOR CONTROL DIVISION LAW ENFORCEMENT REFERRAL REPORT OF A VIOLATION OF CRIMINAL LAW AND/OR LIQUOR CONTROL REGULATION INVOVING PREMISES LICENSED TO SELL/DISTRIBUTE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Name of Business: Permit #: Business Address (include street, city, state): Name of Permittee (can be found on liquor permit): Name of Backer (can be found on liquor permit): Name of Person In-Charge of Premises at time of Alleged Violation and/or Incident (include DOB, residential address, daytime and nighttime phone number(s): Law Enforcement Agency Submitting Referral: Identity of Law Enforcement Officer (s) who can testify to facts of incident (Include full name, rank, telephone number, e-mail address): 1.) 2.) Law Enforcement Case Number: Date of Incident: Violation(s) found (include statute number (s) and/or regulation section (s), if known): Were arrests made? (YES or NO) If YES, supply name, DOB, address of accused, daytime phone number as well as charges: Superior Court handling criminal case (include G.A. #): Attach Copies of All Related Police Reports and Mail to : Department of Consumer Protection Liquor Control Division 450 Columbus Blvd Hartford, Connecticut 06103 If you have any questions, please call (860) 713-6210 and speak to a Liquor Control Agent American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com