Nightclub Security Fundamentals

In the wake of this week’s Orlando nightclub shooting, there has been much discussion about what could have been done to prevent a large-scale massacre. We must first recognize that shootings on this scale (over 10 people) in nightclub/bar environments have never occurred within the United States. To state that mass casualty incidents such as […]

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The Right to Refuse Service

I know that I’ll probably cause a stir in writing this but here it goes: The customer is not always right. I can almost hear the rebuttals, see the heads shaking, and visualize open-mouthed gapes of disbelief. For most people – alright, pretty much all people – working in the customer service industry, this belief […]

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Don’t Let Them Drink and Drive

On Thursday, December 7th, 2013, a young bartender by the name of Mallory Rae Dies was crossing the street. She was struck by a driver who fled the scene. He was apprehended a few blocks away after crashing his car into a tree. Mallory was taken to the hospital. On Wednesday, December 11th, 2013, Mallory […]

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VIPs in a Nightclub

We received a number of interesting responses to our last post on Executive Protection in a Nightclub Environment. One of the most common questions asked was, “What is Security’s responsibility when a VIP arrives?” In light of last week’s post and a number of incidents involving VIPs in Nightclubs, it seems like the perfect time […]

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Can’t We All Just Get Along?

The short answer to this question? NO However, life is not lived by short answers and one can’t possibly expect to pursue a career in any field of work by not getting along with their co-workers. In the field of Security (and in this case Nightclub Security), getting along with your co-workers is of paramount […]

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