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For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL. Means either: (A) a person with prior commissioned law enforcement experience from any federal, state, or local jurisdiction occurring within five years of the date of application excluding constables; or (B) security guard. In order to qualify as a security guard, a person must meet the following minimal security qualifications: (1) be at least 18 years of age or older; (2) submit a set of fingerprints; (3) satisfy LMCO § 124.05(B)(4), (B)(5), and (B)(6); and (4) submit proof of satisfactory completion of training pursuant to KRS 15.334 or the armed security guard requirements set forth in LMCO Chapter 124.
LICENSEE. Any person licensed to operate a public entertainment gathering.
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT GATHERING. Any assembly that is open to the public for the purpose of dancing and/or listening to music; and (A) is conducted for a direct or indirect profit and (B) requires a monetary payment or contribution from the persons admitted. Public entertainment does not include a banquet, party, or celebration conducted for invited guests which is not open to the public and for which no fee or membership contribution is required; or any party held by a Kentucky Commonwealth and/or Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government licensed liquor establishment, or at any location where alcoholic beverages are legally served, sold, dispensed or permitted on the premises in accordance with Kentucky and Louisville Metro alcoholic beverage laws.
(Lou. Metro Ord. No. 50-2015, approved 4-29-2015, effective 6-28-2015; Lou Metro Am. Ord. No. 146-2015, approved 9-14-2015, effective 11-13-2015)