SEC. 11-185.  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this article, the following words shall have the following meanings:
   (A)   ENTERTAINMENT - Any live or mechanically or electronically produced performance involving words, actions, music, sounds, animals, visual displays or other methods or devices intended to amuse, divert or please persons in the vicinity of the performance, excluding dancing for which a permit is required by article V of this chapter.
   (B)   BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT - Any commercial or noncommercial venture that is open to the public and that operates inside a building or structure, as defined by the city building code; provided, however, that this definition shall not include the Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center.
   (C)   SECURITY PERSONNEL - Any person licensed by the State pursuant to Cal. Bus. and Prof. Code, Division 3, Chapter 11.4, as a proprietary private security officer, or Chapter 11.5, as a security guard, who is uniquely attired so as to be easily identifiable to attendees of the business establishment and to police officers and so as to differentiate himself/herself from attendees of the business establishment, from other employees or contractors of the business establishment, and from other employees or contractors of any entertainment promoter, and who has no duties in the business establishment except duties related to security, and who has completed a police department training class on security issues.
   (D)   Security personnel shall keep order inside and immediately outside the business establishment, including the parking areas adjacent thereto. Security personnel shall not permit loitering outside the business establishment.
   (E)   Management, employees and security personnel of a business establishment where entertainment is presented shall cooperate with law enforcement officers conducting any investigation in or around the business establishment.
(`64 Code, Sec. 12-4.1)  (Ord. No. 2386, 2660, 2850)