JOHNSON Co., Ind. (WISH) - Johnson County will now party organizers to get a permit after an incident at a golf course earlier this year.
Shots were fired outside of an event at a Center Grove golf course in March.
24-Hour News 8 news partner The Daily Journal reports organizers will apply for a permit and will need to provide contact information for people organizing and running the event, the date, time and place of the party, admission charges and age restrictions, criminal history of the organizer and insurance coverage of at least $1 million.
If the permit is granted, it can cost anywhere from $210 to $335.
Permit-exempt groups include nonprofit organizations, schools, governments, charities, religious organizations, hotels, bars/restaurants that serve 21 and up only and parties with no admission fee.
The new rule was requested by police in an effort to monitor large parties. They were implemented to target parties run by private companies as well.
Those that don't wish to comply with the new rule will have their parties shut down by police.
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