Licensees shall be held accountable in the operation of their establishment, for the safety of their patrons, employees and the general public and shall be evaluated whether they have:
   (A)   Provided sufficient security personnel and established procedures and policies that reduce the incidence of disorderly and/or violent behavior in their establishment and in their parking lot of their establishment;
   (B)   Checked identification of persons entering establishment to determine that patrons are of lawful age;
   (C)   Provided sufficient lighting for security purposes;
   (D)   Consulted with the Sheriff’s office when special events are held to determine appropriate security and planning;
   (E)   Participated in training, approved by the beverage industry and Police Departments, in the effective ways to safely operate liquor establishments such as those offered by the Joliet Police Department’s Safety Training to Encourage Profitable Services (STEPS) program, Beverage Alcohol Sellers and Servers Education and Training (BASSET) Program or any other equivalent program;
   (F)   Reported disturbances in their establishment to the Sheriff’s Department when the disturbances resulted in physical contact that would likely result in injury (arguing and mild shoving need not be reported if the Sheriff’s deputies are not needed for assistance and the dispute is handled peacefully by licensee’s personnel);
   (G)   Cooperated with Sheriff’s deputies in suppressing disorderly conduct and violence and assisted the deputies in obtaining the names and addresses of the perpetrators or witnesses and cooperating in the prosecution of offenders;
   (H)   Discontinued service of alcoholic beverages to persons who manifest signs that they are becoming intoxicated;
   (I)   Obeyed the closing time regulations;
   (J)   Violated the nudity section of this code (§ 110.095); and/or
   (K)   Permitted the sale, exchange or use of illegal drugs or chemical substances in their establishment or its parking lot.
(1980 Code, § 110.095)  (Ord. 05-500, adopted 11-17-2005)