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St Anns Safer Neighbourhoods Team

Dispersal Order extended


St Anns Safer Neighbourhoods Team in partnership with Haringey Council has secured an extension to the dispersal zone around West Green Road.

The order is now be in place until midday 10th July 2009 and the legislation gives police officers and PCSOs discretionary powers to disperse groups of two or more at anytime and specific powers mean that officers can take home young people under the age of 16 between the hours of 9pm and 6am in the designated area, who are not under the supervision of a responsible adult and are at risk of being a victim or perpetrator of anti social behaviour.

To remain or return to this area having been told to leave or disperse is an offence under Section 30 of the Anti Social Behaviour Act 2003, punishable by three months' imprisonment and or a fine not exceeding £2,500. Police Community Support Officers may also detain offenders.

Police and PCSOs will regularly patrol the dispersal areas throughout the period of the dispersal notice.

The Areas Covered by the St Anns Safer Neighbourhoods Team Dispersal Order Are:

Seven Sisters Road N15 (Between St Anns Road and Seven Sisters Railway Station)
Culvert Road, N15 (As far as the junction with Russell Road)
Russell Road, N15 (including all alleyways and passages)
Elizabeth Road, N15
Greenfield Road, N15
Birstall Road, N15
Wickes Car Park

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