Safe Night Out


Safe Night Out is one of WEAVE’s Prevention & Education programs that aims to train nightlife staff on how to recognize warning signs of sexual and domestic violence, and how to respond in order to keep establishments safe.

The most common drug used in Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault (DFSA) is alcohol, which supports the need for critically important training for all bar staff to know what the signs of assault look like and how to safely intervene.

To help keep Sacramento safe from sexual violence in our local establishments, WEAVE, in collaboration with the City of Sacramento, is proud to offer Safe Night Out: a free, two-hour training and certification program for bar staff to learn about sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, and bystander intervention.

Each Safe Night Out training is hosted by a local establishment for other local establishments. To register for a training, click here. For general questions or to inquire about hosting an upcoming training, contact us at

Participating Establishments & Organizations

In the News

KCRA: Bars, clubs look to combat sexual violence in Sacramento

ABC 10: Sacramento bars prepare to stop sexual violence through new program


  • 1 in 2 women and 1 in 6 men experience some form of sexual violence in their lifetime. Members of the LGBTQ community experience even higher rates of sexual violence.
  • At least 50% of college student sexual assaults are associated with alcohol use
  • 4/5 people know the perpetrator of sexual violence