Conservative Candidate PCC Dave Sidwick Supports BCP Council’s Consultation on Street Based ASB
Residents and visitors to Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole are being invited to share their views on street-based anti-social behaviour (ASB) to help with plans to improve community safety. BCP Council launched a consultation which outlines proposals for a Public Spaces Protection Order which addresses alcohol related anti-social behaviour on Tuesday 16 March 2021, finishing on 13 April 2021.
As residents of Christchurch, it’s your opportunity to be heard, whether you agree or disagree the a BCP Council should introduce a PSPO relating to ASB or the consumption of alcohol in public areas. The consultation can be found on the Have Your Say pages of the BCP Website or contact email@example.com.
“I take the issue of ASB very seriously, because Dorset has one worse ASB rates in the South of England. The Conservative Administration of BCP Council agree with me and have put Community Safety as a priority. This consultation is part of that commitment.
My priority if elected, is that Dorset Police will work with partners to cut crime and ASB. This is what the people of Dorset have asked for and this what I will do”.
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