A mass brawl, fights, attacks, underage clubbers and allegations of doormen hitting customers could spell doom for a nightclub.
Police are now demanding that bouncers wear working bodycams at all times and all customers are searched and their IDs scanned as they enter the building in future.
The move follows a spate of serious late-night incidents at the Life nightclub above the former Burton store in Sittingbourne High Street.
The incidents, details of which have just been released by police, took place between September last year and this January.
Saturday, September 11: Customer in an outside smoking area hit on the head with a bottle at 1am.
Sunday, December 12: Youths caught on CCTV leaving the premises at 3.18am, two later found to be just 16.
Friday, December 24: Customer alleged assaulted by door staff member at 1.30am.
Saturday, January 1: Mass brawl of up to 40 people captured on CCTV outside the premises at 3.33am. Police are still investigating allegations of violent disorder.
Sunday, January 16: Door staff member alleged to have assaulted customer outside the premises at 2.55am.
Police have demanded Swale council holds a licensing review following fears of crime and disorder, public safety, public nuisance and the protection of children from harm.
The club, which only operates at weekends at 76 High Street, is licensed to Haydn Pugh. The designated supervisor is Kevin Pearton.
Police say additional strict conditions would go "some way to alleviating concerns" and allow the premises to better promote the "licensing objectives".
The are demanding all door supervisors wear body-worn video cameras which record both pictures and audio. Recordings should be kept for at least 31 days and made available for inspection when required. The cameras should be recording for the whole of the shift.
Registered door supervisors wearing hi-vis vests should be sent outside at the end of the night to help with dispersal at closing time.
All customers must be searched as a condition of entry, except for private functions with the written permission of the police, and must provide proof of identification including a photograph, name and date of birth.
The ID must be scanned. If the scanning system is down, photos of identification documents must be taken.
The nightclub must employ at least one male and one female door supervisor to help with body searching.
It must also join Swale Safe, or similar organisation, where town centre venues warn each other of incidents using a network of radios. Police add: "Any radios provided through such a scheme will be monitored by a responsible member of staff."
A public notice announcing the new clampdown is displayed outside the club.
A spokesman for Swale Council said: “Kent Police have requested a licence review for Life nightclub in Sittingbourne. The review will be heard at the licensing sub-committee meeting at end of April. People can comment by writing to us until Tuesday, April 5.”
A police spokesman said: "We have requested a licence review for Life nightclub following reported incidents of disorder. The review will be heard at the licensing sub-committee meeting planned for the end of April."
The premises were previously home to Vogue and Legends nightclubs.
Comments can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent to Licensing, Swale Borough Council, Swale House, East Street Sittingbourne, ME10 3HT.
Life Nightclub has been asked for a comment.