21 Matters™ employs legal-age mystery shoppers to provide licensees with confidential feedback on actual staff ID-checking conduct when young customers ask to purchase an alcoholic beverage. Click above for more information.
S-STOP™ − Stop Service To Obviously-impaired Patrons − assists alcohol beverage licensees and their communities to prevent the over-service and over-consumption of beverage alcohol. Click above for more information.
The Responsible Retailing Forum (RRForum) has received an award from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism that will measure the impact of a “Spot the Mystery Shopper” campaign upon ID-checking by clerks and servers.
College Alcohol Responsibility Program is a comprehensive approach to the challenges of alcohol use and abuse in college communities. Click above for more information.
Deferred Prosecution Program provides communities with a non-punitive, restorative justice approach to improve the performance of non-compliant licensees. Click above for more information.
Every time we help a retail licensee correct inadvertent sales or service to a minor, we know that we’re actually protecting their licenses, and in changing their behavior, we’re protecting our communities. Responsible Retailing Forum has enabled us to move the needle. We believe that we’re making a difference and we can actually measure that.
Today, responsibility is more than just a tagline or a slogan. It’s action. You have to go the extra mile to make sure you’re being a responsible member of your community — a responsible retailer — and make sure that every sale you make to every customer is a legal one.
The Tavern League of Wisconsin is happy to endorse the RRForum. We feel it can be a valuable tool in the proper day to day operation of our member establishments.
As a Community Prosecutor, I have embraced the idea that the central foundation for crime prevention is a civically engaged community. The Responsible Retailing Forum allows for law enforcement and neighborhood stakeholders to form an effective collaboration. This collaboration is an essential tool for Community Prosecutors working toward long-term solutions to alcohol-related crimes and nuisances.
The Green Bay Police Department has found the Responsible Retailers Forum to be a valuable partner in our efforts to curb illegal behavior connected with alcohol abuse. The organization’s ability to pull together community partners on collaborative projects is clearly aligned with our community policing strategy. This relationship has caused us to open lines of…
RRForum has been a great resource for our participating licensed accounts, providing tools and feedback on how to prevent sales to underage and over intoxicated customers. This has been incredibly valuable with our near campus customers.