New Entertainment Ordinance Could Affect Security For Raleigh Nightclubs
Posted August 1, 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. — You may notice less police presence around Raleigh nightclubs since a new entertainment ordinance kicks in on Monday.
Previously, places which play loud music and sit on a parking lot had to hire off-duty police officers for security.
Now, establishments do not have to hire officers as long as they have not had any violations for drugs or violence in a 9-month period.
It costs around $400 to hire two off-duty officers for a night.