Here’s Why You Should Consider Hiring Security Guards for a New Year’s Eve Party

Security Guards for New Year's Eve There are generally two types of drunks: happy ones and angry ones. The happy ones will sing off-key, loudly, while putting their arm around you as they stumble over to the punch bowl for more spiked punch. The angry ones will shout, “What are you looking at?” Even if you’re not looking at them, or whatever, they’ll want to start a fight. And when an angry drunk starts throwing fists at you, it can ruin an otherwise nice New Year’s Eve party.

If you’re in charge of a New Year’s Eve party or event this year, consider hiring C.O.P. Security guards for it. It’s important to have some guards on hand in case things threaten to get out of control, or worse– actually do get totally out of control. All it takes is one mad drunk swearing up a storm and threatening to hurt others in the room to cause major trouble– the kind where people get arrested.

Meanwhile, having security guards at your New Year’s party is a good idea if you want to make sure your party-goers feel safe. Guards can make sure no one is rifling through people’s coats and purses left on a table in a corner of the room. They can call a cab for drunk folks who shouldn’t be driving home. And they can talk people out of doing bad things, such that no one gets hurt. They’re good for crowd control.

New Year’s parties and events tend to be crowded, with people squished into tight spaces together. Security guards help keep the peace, ensuring that property doesn’t get damaged and people don’t get assaulted. Party-goers will appreciate that there’s someone to assist them should something go wrong, like a missing wallet or there’s a jerk talking trash who needs to be escorted outside. Indeed, guards are often called upon to keep certain people from the premises– people who are unwelcome at parties and events but who will stop at nothing to try to get in!

To book security guards for your New Year’s Eve events in the Rochester, NY region, please call C.O.P. Security at 585-750-5608 or email

Written by barton_secure

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