200 entertainment business operators attended a meeting at city hall on May the 26th.
They were warned that they must strictly follow regulations as there had been many reports and arrests at various entertainment venues around town flouting the law.
Firstly they should realize that it is their job to ensure that everybody in their establishment is over the age of 18.
With drug use on the rise they were also told that they should closely monitor for evidence of drug abuse in their premises and be aware that their staff may even be distributing drugs to the party goers.
Police and official give stern warnings to the owners and managers of entertainment venue.
Another warning was on the possession of lethal weapons, police want to see a more thorough body checks to reduce gun and knife crimes.
Official urged the operators that these laws must be adhered to or they may face penalties such as a 30 days closure order or even a permanent one.
Then surprisingly they added that those without a license should apply for one urgently as operating without one can get the owner into trouble.