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Notify another employee, a bouncer, if he has them currently working, that he is going to ask two over-intoxicated guests to leave. I always advise that a single employee never deal with any intoxicated guest alone.
For you managers and owners that are reading this, just think about this. You expect and often demand that your security staff handle every possible dangerous situation that pops up in the club. And if they make a mistake, for the most part you’re all over them. Do your guards have the preparation, the equipment and a true chance to succeed? Wouldn’t it be great for you if you could give them the best chance of success? Sure it would and this article can do just that.
News headlines are printed at least twice monthly outlining parking lot shootings. The story typically describes the groups fighting inside then escorted outside and then continuing their fight in the parking lot. One side, normally the losers, will go to their car and pull out a gun. Shots will be fired, generally randomly into the group of people standing outside of the bar watching.