Ross Authorities, Public Safety to Offer Alcohol Server Knowledge Training

The Ross County Sheriff’s Office and the Ohio Department of Public Safety Investigative Unit are coming together to present an informational presentation for those who work in the alcoholic beverage industry this Monday, March 4th.

The A.S.K. Training (Alcohol Server Knowledge) is for Ross County liquor permit holders, restaurants, carry-outs, bar owners, bartenders, and managers.

The training begins at 9:00 a.m. and will run until 10:00 a.m. in the Anna Rooney Media Training Center at the county law complex.

Agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit will provide attendees instruction on laws pertaining to the sale and/or consumption of alcohol and tobacco. They’ll also touch on the topics of false identification, employment of minors, and possible penalties for those in violation.

Seating for the A.S.K. presentation is limited so if you’d like to take part, simply contact Deputy Emily Schmidt at 740-773-1186 Ext. 157 by this Thursday, February 28th to register.

You can also send an email to

The presentation is free of charge to attend.

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