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Dispersal Zones have been set up in Aintree, Crosby, Maghull and Waterloo over the Bonfire period

A reminder that a number of Dispersal Zones will be in place from 4pm TODAY, Saturday 4th November 2023 until 11:59pm Tomorrow, Sunday 5th November 2023 (Bonfire Night).

Dispersal Zones will be in place covering areas in #Aintree, #Crosby, #Maghull, and #Waterloo (see attached maps).

What is a Dispersal Zone?

Under Section 35 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2014, the Police can specify that an area is a dispersal zone.

In these areas, police officers or PCSOs have the power (under certain circumstances) to:

• Require anyone to leave the area and prevent them from returning for up to 48 hours.

• Require a person to surrender items that can be used to cause anti-social behaviour.

• Send under 16s home or to a place of safety.

• Arrest anyone who ignores the instruction.

Why has it been put in place?

The dispersal zone is just one tool used to help combat anti-social behaviour in the area which has been causing damage to property in the locality and putting the community at risk of injury.

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