Completely Banned for the Greater Good
- Sep 5, 2003
Nightclub security personnel in West Palm Beach (Fla.) will soon be able to bypass the city's police dispatchers and use radios to directly contact the beat officer when trouble develops at their business. The radios will also be able to contact security personnel at other clubs to improve handling of rowdy or drunk patrons who wander from club to club. The radios will cost $300 for each club that participates in the program, and the concept was tested earlier this year among 10 downtown condo properties. Read more about the perceived benefits here (http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/more-eyes-on-street-ears-in-air-new-90335.html).