What is the hardest part of keeping your establishment safe? Knowing who is trying to enter your establishment! Every owner naturally wants to protect their business/staff/customers as much as possible, but the realities involved in accomplishing this task are complicated.
One of the most difficult tasks is to implement a system that is 100% effective in flagging customers that have caused problems in the past in order to proactively decide if they will be allowed to reenter in the future.
An ever harder task is receiving valuable information on customers that have not caused a problem in your establishment(s), but have caused problems in neighboring establishments. How can that information be obtained unless you speak directly with members of other establishments, and how realistic is that option? Answer, it’s almost impossible….So what do we do? We are left with doing our best at the door or implementing a dress code that can very easily be deemed as discriminating.
Bar Shield ID Scanner is designed to solve all of these issues.
Bar Shield displays customer violation information and arrest information in addition to assisting in detecting fake IDs.
Bar Shield is a cloud based ID scanner that connects every bar, nightclub, lounge, concert venue, hotel and other venues together to share customers’ “Bar Records” in real time along with legal records shared by the police department when arrests occur on an establishment’s property.
With Bar Shield, you will know if a customer has committed any of the following violations at any location in the Bar Shield network prior to entering:
Used a fake ID
Become over intoxicated/belligerent
Groped or harassed patrons
Been vulgar or rude to staff
Started a fight
Participated in a fight
Displayed or used a weapon
Stolen items from the establishment or patrons
Been banned from any other Bar Shield establishment
Caused property damage
Bar Shield eliminates the ability of problem patrons to continually enter popular bars and nightclubs, and patrons previously kicked out will never enter venues again without the venue’s knowledge.