Every prevention strategy shall encompass both social and situational crime prevention measures. Social crime prevention is usually comprehended as a system of efforts to aimed to mitigate the inner inclinations of people to engage in offensive behavior. Situational crime prevention measures are those directed to restrain external manifestations of the inner inclinations to offend. Situational prevention can only be successful when it is based on the background of social crime prevention. And vice versa – social crime prevention is seldom self-sufficient. We should avoid wishful thinking that offenses might be prevented by proper cultivation of social culture only. Restrictions that situational crime prevention quite often rests upon are necessary to ensure safety and security, including the safety and security of nightlife.