Adorn. wrote: Surreal wrote:
Adorn. wrote:I hope this doesn't mean LEOs can't conduct general business/premise well being checks. I totally understand the nightlife LEO invasion thing though.
No, a business check-up can still be done, but shouldn't exceed any more than once a month and be properly recorded so they are not done every time a business opens. Registration lasts a month, minimum, so that makes sense. The Police Department do not have the actual authority to go and check up on business licensing IC — they require a member of CITY Government present who is responsible for licensing, and can only accompany them in a protective capacity. Seeing as business licensing can easily be found via communication with CITY GOV, I encourage exploring that option too.
Not even referring to license checks. But glad to hear!!
Oh, if you are referring to going inside to "casually checking on everyone" as a cop then that is going to be prohibited from clubs, bars, non-fast food restaurants and so on. It's especially stupid for cops to wander into night clubs and strip clubs just to see how everyone's doing — let's cut that kind of unrealistic behaviour out. It's especially relevant when the cop tries to arrest bouncers and staff for saying that they aren't welcome inside for these casual "well being checks".
Surreal wrote:RULE CHANGES AFFECTING BUSINESS OWNERS
3. Realistic/sensible advertising — You may no longer advertise "free drinks"
The era of half price drinks.
Still an improvement on getting free drinks no matter where you go, all of the time as was the case before this was implemented. If business owners push their luck then they'll be approached on a case-by-case basis.