March 21, 2013

Dominos Offers Reward Instead Of Choice

Domino's, like Papa John's and Pizza Hut, have very simple self defense policies: they're against it. Any possession of a weapon, even in your own car while on their clock, or any attempt to resist a confrontational crime, will result in your dismissal. The official policy is to comply with any demands.

The body of a Domino's delivery drived was found 18 miles away from his last known delivery. He was married with three kids, twins age 4 and a 6 year old daughter. Delivering pizzas for Domino's was his second job.

Domino's has offered a reward for any info leading to the man's killer. No mention has been made of changing their anti-self-defense policy.

A vigil was held for him last night. In that story it mentions that he was shot several times. It does not mention that he was prevented by company policy from being able to defend himself.

Whomever shot him is responsible for his death. But Domino's has some culpability because they denied him, and all their other employees, any choice in how best to look after their own safety.

I always preferred DiGionro and Red Baron anyway.

Posted by Publicola at March 21, 2013 01:42 AM | TrackBack
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