F.A.I.R. an acronym for Fundamentals of Alcohol Intoxication Recognition is a critically acclaimed program designed to teach persons who sell or serve alcoholic beverages how to recognize intoxicated persons. This public service presentation, delivered by members of the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office, is designed to teach those in the food and beverage industry how to recognize an intoxicated person, legal issues servers and bar owners may face if and when they serve an intoxicated person and how to identify and report fraudulent identification.
The Sheriff's Office is offering FAIR training free of charge on the second Saturday of each month. Click here to fill out and submit your request to attend.
Email addresses listed herein are to address general questions and concerns Please do not use to report emergencies or other immediate needs. Please call 9-1-1 for emergencies and 585-394-4560 for the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office for other less emergent situations.