NIGHTLIFE POLICING: A HOW TO GUIDE

Public Safety and Policing in Nightlife Districts is a comprehensive guide based upon a decade of research among police departments worldwide. Access strategies on how to select, train and deploy officers, as well as create inter-agency partnerships for nightlife. 
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THE SOCIABLE CITY GUIDE FOR COLLEGE COMMUNITIES

This FREE online, interactive guide is an awareness raising tool about four unique nightlife challenges faced by college communities: House Parties, Pre-loading,  Party Buses and Sexual Assault.

Poorly planned and managed nightlife with a rowdy reputation can have a direct impact on colleges/universities and the broader community. 
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managing the challenges of a dynamic nightlife

A feature article in December 2016 Public Management for the International City County Management Association (ICMA) provides an update on global trends to create a "night mayor" position as a liaison among key stakeholders. Snapshots of city initiatives and resources.         
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manage sociability as an economic engine

A cover story in November 2010 Public Management for the International City County Management Association (ICMA) provides an overview of lifestyle trends that influence nightlife preferences and an introduction to nighttime economy issues.   READ THE ARTICLE

mid-city corridor in washington, dc

A 2012 groundbreaking assessment of U Street analyzed how restaurants, bars and clubs contribute to the local economy through employment, tax revenues and sales. U Street was the center of urban music and nightlife during the 1950s and 1960s. Over the recent decade, this same area experienced a renaissance and features dynamic nightlife.  
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rhi's 2006 practical guide

Named 1 of the top 5 publications for reducing alcohol-related harm, RHI’s Practical Guide outlines trends, strategies and promising practices in six core elements for hospitality zone development: transportation, quality of life, public safety, venue safety, entertainment and multi-use sidewalks. 
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CAREERS IN HOSPITALITY VIDEO

During the booming technology economy of the 1990's, hotels and restaurants had difficulty in recruiting workers. San Diego's many hospitality training programs saw graduates leave for other cities. RHI's Hospitality Resource Panel facilitated a Careers in Hospitality Action Team that produced this video. With today's strong economy it is just as relevant for the hospitality industry. 
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