Decision Making for District Licensing Committees (Repeat)
Decision Making for District Licensing Committees. Our communities deserve consistency and excellence in decisions made by District Licensing Committees. This is a repeat of webinar presented 20 October.
Time & Location
26 Oct 2021, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
About the Event
Presented by Karyn South a partner at Raymond Donnelly & Co, Office of the Crown Solicitor for Christchurch.
Karyn is a regulatory and criminal prosecutor who frequently conducts complex trials in the District and High Courts relating to the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.
District Licensing Committees (DLC's) exercise an important role in their communities. These workshops provide an opportunity to up-skill in a supportive environment and to share and learn with peers and colleagues.
Webinars are free and we encourage all DLC members, DLC secretaries and hearing staff to attend.
Please note, this webinar:
- is not relevant or appropriate for Licensing Inspectors
- will not be recorded
Webinar Topic: Decision Making
Our communities deserve consistency and excellence in decisions made by their DLCs. The integrity of the system also requires this.
In this webinar you receive valuable updates on the following:
- What types of decisions are there?
- What format and language can be used
- Overriding principles – the Object,
- Incorporating submissions and evidence - making findings on the evidence: weight, credibility vs reliability
- Incorporating case law
- Mode of release
- Non-publication orders (e.g. of commercially or otherwise sensitive information)
Te Hiringa Hauora | Health Promotion Agency is funding the webinars as part of its alcohol-specific functions which include giving advice and making recommendations on the sale, supply, and consumption of alcohol, its misuse, and resultant harms.
This is confirmation of your registration to the webinar event. Your webinar login will be sent by email 3 days before the event.