Employee Alcohol Handling Permits are required for the following individuals working in Chamblee:
Any employee of a package licensee whose primary business is the sale of alcoholic beverages.
Any employee of a package licensee who sells alcoholic beverages in a convenience store or service station.
Any employee of a consumption on the premises licensee who serves or works in the serving area, including bar or lounge area of the licensed premises, and sells, serves, takes orders for, or handles alcoholic beverages.
The applicant must submit an application to the police department, submit to a criminal background check and present a government-issued picture ID. The permit is valid for one year at any Chamblee business. The application can be obtained at the police department or from this web site.
These permits are considered a Public Benefit for which Georgia governments are required to verify that the applicants are legally present in the United States. This determination is made by participation in the federal Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) program. A SAVE affidavit is required with all applications for alcohol permits.