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How to Handle the Situation. pt.1

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Be the Safety Manager, train for such encounters and learn how to manage rather than escalate. If the situation does arise at your business now how to deescalate it. Remember the person recording has an objective to create a scene. Boring is not marketable. While I do not feel it is appropriate for someone to video or photograph vehicles in the Tow Yard, it is constitutional.


So, I would suggest to either ignore them or encounter them. My stance is I'm going to pay no attention to them until which point I see they are not going to leave. At that point I may take them a bottle of water and record them explaining their motivation. Without justification then they could be in some violation. But, generally they would know that better than yourself.


Now here is where we get into an issue. As this becomes more common and I have no doubt that it will not. Especially, if those who would venture into it see dollar signs and others contribute to them for this type on content. Yes, there are those willing to fund this stuff. It's sorta like paying to watch wrestling.

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