A Public Space Protection Order is designed to stop individuals or groups committing antisocial behaviour in a public space. The PSPO sets out specific restrictions and requirements, targeting certain behaviours by certain groups at certain times. PSPOs can be enforced by police officers, police community support officers and council officers. Fixed penalty notices of £80 can be issued on the spot. A breach is a criminal offence.
Addiscombe Ward – Croydon Town Centre Public Space Protection Order survey is attached to this post (pdf file).
Before you fill it in, you might like to read this article from Inside Croydon.
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