A Safe Night Out One-Day Workshop

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Understanding and Evaluating Need for a Nightlife Approach

Safe Night LLC provides training and strategies needed to reduce alcohol related harm and improve economic viability in nightlife and entertainment areas. 

Collect Data And Identify Issues Through Analysis of Nightlife Areas

Conducting economic and social impact research will support allocation of resources and funding for all involved agencies.

Operational Analysis/Identify Stakeholders

Relationships and collaboration are the keys to improving nightlife safety. Include all individuals and agencies that have a vested interest in establishing a safe and economically viable entertainment area.

Safe Night Proactive Alliance - Safe Night Active Bystander

The Proactive Alliance Approach is the foundation for establishing trust with business owners and the community. Using methods adapted from psychological counseling therapy concepts, staff will learn how to facilitate cooperation rather than demanding it. The Proactive Alliance Approach teaches enforcement agencies and police to work side by side with stakeholders to reach mutually beneficial outcomes.


Introducing the Safe Night Active Bystander training to your community can increase safety and awareness to sexual assault and harassment.

Training and Policies for Restaurant-Bar Staff/Accreditation Program

Empower restaurant staff to comply with the law and adopt effective practices by providing training, policies, and expectations. The benefits of staff participating in training will be measured in a reduction of alcohol related harm, reduced liability for staff, and a safe environment for patrons. Safe Night will demonstrate how to introduce an accreditation model for restaurants and bars using the Best Bar None scheme.

Broaden Reach and Effectiveness/Vibrancy and Economic Viability

Public-private partnerships can improve safety, efficiency, and quality of life. For example, coordinated efforts such as establishing loading zones for ride-share vehicles and taxis and using dedicated shuttles are ways to get people home safely. 

Local offices of economic development, business improvement districts, and bureaus of tourism need strategies to improve safety and economic viability. This includes expectations of local police, fire, and enforcement agencies that will help businesses rather than focus solely on enforcement. This one-day training provides a blueprint to work with the local municipality to coordinate a unified strategy based on mutually-beneficial relationships.