Restaurants open themselves up to greater risks with later hours

Restaurants open themselves up to greater risks with later hours

Many restaurateurs employ top-notch security systems, attend conferences, hire consultants and enforce rules to ensure a safe, crime-free workplace.

But despite that degree of investment and focus, horrific crimes are defeating their best systems — especially with the rollout of more 24-hour locations.

Since 2003, 341 restaurant employees and an unknown number of guests have been murdered on restaurant properties, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Although the

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