The STAD research team has published an article in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research describing results from the baseline assessment using professional actors portraying a scene of obvious intoxication. The rates of denied alcohol service were 66.9% at licensed premises outside the arenas (n = 151) and 24.9% at premises inside the arenas (n = 237). The rate of denied entry to the arenas (n = 102) was 10.8%. These results underscore the need for training among staff at the arenas.

Elgán, T.H., Durbeej, N., Holder, H., & Gripenberg, J. (2018). Overserving and allowed entry of obviously alcohol-intoxicated spectators at sporting events. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 42(2), 444-452.

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