“So much for a ‘comprehensive review’ of the CBD and Kings Cross precinct regulations,” says Jason Thomas, Executive Director at AusComply. “Sceptics could certainly be excused for assuming the results of this ‘comprehensive review’ hadn’t already been pre-determined well and truly before the first submission had even been considered.”
“Despite not trading past midnight I’ve been using the AusComply Electronic Incident Register and compliance software since early October 2015. I highly recommend the AusComply software as a cost effective and efficient business tool to help reduce and manage risk," says Lyn Humphreys (Licensee Oatley Hotel & Senior Vice President AHA - NSW).
AusComply provides the only compliant digital incident registers for the Liquor and Security industries in NSW, ACT, QLD and Victoria. AusComply is committed to providing industry leading state of the art mobile first solutions.
Jason Thomas served almost two decades on the NSW Police Force before starting AusComply. In this article he discusses the lockout laws and whether compliance is the answer.
The release of the quarterly report by the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR) suggests that the number of non-domestic assaults has increased at The Star casino since the lockout and last drinks legislation was introduced, however the increase has been only minimal.