While monitoring points of entry to licensed venues, you may come across a person presenting with a fake ID. This may mean that the person is underage or they are simply not who they are claiming to be. It may turn out that the ID document presented has in fact been fraudulently tampered with or altered.
Section 127 of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 states that a licensee or authorised security guard may seize a proof of age document if they are satisfied that the document is fraudulent.
By seizing the document, and not simply denying the patron entry and turning them away, the document can be passed onto authorities. If necessary a proper investigation into the matter can then be conducted by the police.
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