The city of Brookhaven seeks to reduce nightclub and bar crime by pushing back club hours following results of a 2017 public safety study.
CBS 46 reports, “between January and July 2017 [Brookhaven police] received more than 880 calls from their 10 area clubs and bars.” Major Brandon Gurley reportedly told media the numerous calls to these businesses have hindered the department’s ability to “proactively patrol” residential neighborhoods. As such, effective April 10th, bars and nightclubs “that once served alcohol until 3 a.m. now have to stop serving at 2 a.m.”
Victims of Georgia Nightclub Violence: Know Your Rights
Nightclub patrons have a right to feel safe and secure while on the premises of the establishment they are visiting. By law, Georgia property owners are required to protect all patrons legally on the premises from any foreseeable harm. Should a nightclub owner or manager fail in this responsibility, they may be held civilly liable for any injuries or deaths suffered as a consequence.
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