Party Security Melbourne

Gatecrashers- Get Another Hobby

        Without a plan, adequate parents and security this party might have had a different ending ! This party was extremely stressful a few weeks ago.  Teenagers trying to crash the event, jumping on roofs of houses, getting into neighbouring properties, trying to intimidate parents and security.  At the end of the…

Another Balcony Death

Teenagers Alcohol and Balconies do not go together.  This includes schoolies!  Parties and celebrations within the home can also be a disaster waiting to happen.  Whilst conducting pre party assessments we highlight the risks of balconies within a teen party environment.  In addition to the risks of young people sky larking (Hanging off the edges,…

They can see your home from here …

Can you see your home in this screenshot? Don’t worry if you can’t; gatecrashers can easily get a bird’s-eye view just for you. And if your property has any weaknesses, they’ll even show up in person. A new craze Teens now take mobile-phone screenshots of proposed party venues and send them via the internet to…

Alcohol is flooding our health system

Here’s a lovely article that I read with interest, then dismay: Drunk callouts swamp ambos. Did you know that Western Australia’s stretched ambulance crews are treating ten drunks a day?! I find this and other figures sobering. What a pity other people don’t! Lie of the land In WA, more than seven teenagers a week…

Midnight son

Kids. They grow up so fast! Like to know how fast? A 24-year-old drives his kid brother to a girl’s twelfth birthday. The party’s in the well-heeled Melbourne suburb of Brighton. When the man returns to collect his brother several hours later, he sees pre-teens (i.e. children) staggering round the front yard, vomiting profusely on…

Why each parent should have 20 kids

As teen parties get bigger, riskier and more elaborate, host parents are finding there’s extra help at hand: other parents and responsible (i.e. mature, sober) adults. This is good news, as parents planning teen events need all the help they can get. They also need to realise some really important points. Key among these is…

It’s NO ‘accident’!

In my view, an accident is something you have no control over. If, for instance: you’re driving a car; a large spider drops on you from behind the sun visor and you crash into a tree, that’s an accident. If, on the other hand: you’re rushing and driving at speed; you tailgate the car in…

Death rattle

What’s up, Western Australia?! From what we’ve read these last few months, you really are dying to have fun. Since the start of March, 40 of your teen parties have hit the media for appalling reasons. In case you’ve been lying drunk in a ditch or king-hit by a bottle, here’s a fool’s guide to…