Local Alcohol Partnerships Group

Local Alcohol Partnerships Group The Local Alcohol Partnerships Group (LAPG) was established in 2012, and brings together representatives from local partnership schemes which seek to minimise alcohol harm and promote conditions for the safe and responsible sale and consumption of alcohol in town and city centres and local communities.

Partnerships

LAPG membership is open to local partnership schemes, industry partners and representatives of other interested parties including regulators, government departments and alcohol advisory/concern groups.

Community Alcohol Partnerships

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Best Bar None

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Best Bar None Scotland

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Drinkaware

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PASS Card

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Safer Business Network

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National Pubwatch

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ATCM Purple Flag

Purple Flag is an international accreditation programme that aims to reward those who achieve this in their destinations after dark.

Street Pastors

Street Pastors is about Christians rolling up their sleeves and getting involved in practically responding to the problems of crime and safety.

Retail of Alcohol Standards Group

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The Local Alcohol Partnerships Group (LAPG) was established towards the end of 2012, and brings together representatives from local partnership schemes which tackle alcohol harm in town and city centres and local communities.

The objectives of LAPG are to:

  • provide the basis for closer collaboration between the industry local partnership schemes, trade bodies and other stakeholders
  • provide a source of practical and operational expertise in licensed economy issues for operators and regulators
  • implement and support schemes as appropriate
  • facilitate the sharing of good practice through attendance at events, meetings and roundtable discussions as appropriate
  • share good practice on evaluation and gather data that demonstrates the benefit of the schemes at local level