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Police kept busy by anti-social youths


WARRINGTON Police were kept busy last night by anti-social youths at Padgate, Orford and Woolston, with a dispersal order put in place at Orford Park.

During Saturday evening the North Beat Team were out targeting parks and youth Anti-social behaviour hot spots, including Bennets Recreation ground at Padgate, Orford Park and Dam Lane shops at Woolston.
They seized alcohol from youths on Bennetts Recreation ground and Orford Park. They also have a dispersal order in place for Orford Park.

A dispersal order enables officers and PCSOs to direct a person who has committed, or is likely to commit, anti-social behaviour to leave a specified area and not return for a specified period of up to 48 hours.


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