‘Here’s your drink it cost me $1,100′ is just one of the key messages being used across the North Shore to encourage people to take a stand against the supply of alcohol to minors.
Stop the Supply is a campaign kicking off this October and running till January 2016 with the aim of making parents, coaches and young people stop and think about the consequences of supplying or buying alcohol for someone under 18 years. Stop the Supply delivers the clear message that secondary supply of alcohol to a person under 18 years of age is against the law and results in a minimum on the spot fine of $1,100, and can attract a maximum penalty of $11,000 and/or 12 months imprisonment (NSW Liquor Act 2007).
Find out more information here and make sure you keep a look out for the posters below. Spread the word, raise awareness, bring about change!
Who’s on board?
- Northern Sydney Local Health District Health Promotion
- Lane Cove Council
- Mosman Council
- North Sydney Council
- Willoughby Council
- North Shore and Harbourside Local Area Commands