A hi-tech operation to cut alcohol related anti-social behaviour is set to be introduced in Nuneaton.
Revellers will have their fingerprints recorded digitally and have their photo taken to build up their profile.
Each profile will be circulated to other venues in the town and any incidents they are involved in will be recorded on to the system.
Acting Inspector Stephen Hall, from Warwickshire Police, said: "We are using the most cutting edge technology available to ensure the majority of people feel safer when they enjoy a night out knowing that the minority who do cause trouble can be monitored in this way.
"It's an excellent deterrent and the first time this technology has been used in the Midlands.
"The system will be gradually introduced at Liquid Envy, Chicago Rock Cafe, Four Doors Down, Reflex, George Eliot, Felix Holt, Yates, and the Railway Tavern."
Nigel Drysdale, licensee of Liquid Envy, said: "We hope the system will remind people of the ramifications of antisocial behaviour.
"This hi-tech blue chip technology is another shield in our armoury to curb night time disorder and make Nuneaton Town a safer place to be."